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New York and resulted in a ruling by Judge Thomas Hogan of the District Court for the District of Columbia that the law was unconstitutional. As with the Raines v. Byrd case noted above, this case was appealed directly to the U.S. Supreme Court. This case, of course, did not suffer from the standing case ...

In August, U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan ruled on a long-standing dispute between Cherokee Freedmen and the second-largest tribe in the United States which claims more than 350,000 citizens. "The Cherokee Nation can continue to define itself as it sees fit," Hogan wrote, "but must do so equally ...
U.S. District of Columbia District Court Judge Thomas Hogan set the Nov. 27 deadline in a January order, after it was apparent that efforts to find tribe members to entitled to the award money listed as “whereabouts unknown” were no longer as successful. “The data the government gave us for these roughly ...
Capping off 14 years of litigation, U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan found that the Treaty of 1866 overrides the tribe's constitution, which had sought to exclude slave descendants, or freedmen. “The 1866 Treaty guarantees that extant descendants of Cherokee freedmen shall have all the rights of native ...
U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan granted a bid by BCBS of Massachusetts, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, Federated Insurance Co. and Health Care Service Corp. to adjust the previous $76 million judgment to roughly $67 million on Aug. 18, more than three years after granting their bid to ...
A judge ruled Wednesday that the descendants of enslaved people who were owned by members of the Cherokee Nation — known as Cherokee Freedmen — have citizenship rights. "The Cherokee Nation can continue to define itself as it sees fit," U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan wrote in his ruling, ...
A case that helps determine whether or not the descendants of Cherokee slaves have the full citizenship rights of native Cherokees was decided in United States Federal District Court Wednesday. After nearly three years, Senior U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan in his ruling said the paramount question ...
In an 80-page opinion that was issued in November and remained classified until being made public on Tuesday, Judge Thomas F. Hogan, the chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, ruled that what critics call “backdoor searches” of messages by the F.B.I. comply with both the ...


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