Western District of Wisconsin Grants Relief from 1991 Judgment, Allowing Tribes to Hunt Deer at Night in Ceded Territory
Last week the Western District of Wisconsin ruled that Wisconsin Chippewa tribes may exercise their treaty rights to hunt deer at night in ceded territory covering the northern one-third of Wisconsin. The decision comes after a generation of litigation.
Hogen Adams of-counsel Colette Routel led the litigation team before the Western District of Wisconsin and the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Hogen Adams attorney Peter Rademacher also worked on the case at both the trial and appellate level, while he attended William Mitchell College of Law.
The decision is available here.
An article on the case is available here.