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How far does tribal sovereignty extend when it comes to law enforcement, the identification of crimes, protection of the community, and integrity of tribal governance. The facts of the case now before the Supreme Court in US v. Cooley exposes the Court to a complicated and confusing web of federal law and case law when in comes to inherent sovereign powers. The episode speaks to this complicated legal backdrop in the context of a Tribe's ability to exercise sovereign authority.