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Massive Navajo Corruption Case Winds Down: Last Three Defendants Face Trials
February 19, 2016
Alysa Landry, Indian Country Today
More than five years after a special prosecutor first brought charges against a staggering number of Navajo leaders accused of misusing the tribe's discretionary funds, three individuals are still facing criminal trials.

Havasupai Prevails in WIPO Arbitration Regarding the Havasupaitribe.com Website
April 12, 2013
Matthew Campbell - Turtletalk
Panel determined that the unauthorized use by an unrelated third party of the Havasupai domain name, mark and contact information was an attempt to mislead Internet users for commercial gain.

Family files lawsuit against San Juan Co., Bloomfield
May 31, 2012
Bill Donovan, Navajo Times
A Nageezi family has filed a federal lawsuit against the San Juan County Commission, the city of Bloomfield and various county health and police officials for failure to protect their son from trying to commit suicide.

Navajo Times Cartoon
October 31, 2011
Jack Ahasteen
This cartoon appeared in the October 31, 2011 edition of the Navajo Times.

Rothstein Law Firm Appointed as Special Prosecutor
October 13, 2011
The Navajo Nation Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General announced that the Rothstein Law Firm has been appointed to succeed Alan Balaran as Navajo Nation Special Prosecutor.

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