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Taking up a challenge by a Seminole Indian convicted of rape in Oklahoma, the Supreme Court agreed to decide whether the state wrongly assumed criminal jurisdiction over Indian country.

WASHINGTON — Taking up a challenge by a Seminole Indian convicted of rape in Oklahoma, the Supreme Court agreed to decide whether the state wrongly assumed criminal jurisdiction over Indian country.

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