The Question : Why do many Native American leaders oppose the Major Crimes Act?
They view it as an encroachment on their sovereignty.
B. They have a different opinion of how crimes should be punished.
C. They believe the law discriminates against Native Americans.
D. They believe the law does not protect Native Americans.
So what is the correct answer? Answer:
A. They view it as an encroachment on their sovereignty.
Many Native American leaders oppose the Major Crimes Act because they considered it as an infiltration on their sovereignty. There are seven crimes if they were committed by the Native Americans in the Native territory it comes under federal jurisdiction. The punishment of these crimes given according to the laws of federal not on the basis of tribal laws so that’s why the Native American leaders oppose the Major Crimes Act.
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