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The Law and Order Code of the Shoshone and Arapaho Tribes
of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming
Table of Contents Updated: January 2015
Law and Order Code of the Shoshone and Arapaho Tribes
Table of Contents
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[Table of Contents created by NILL in January 2015, based on materials available on tribe's website.]
DRAFT Title XVI: Peacemaker Court (Dated: June 20, 1989)
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Ch. 1. General Provisions (Purpose & construction -- Establishment -- Subject matter jurisdiction; personal jurisdiction; attorneys)
Ch. 2. Peacemakers (Appointment & qualifications -- Powers of peacemakers -- Limitations; peacemakers not judges; agreed arbitration -- Duties of peacemakers -- Reports to tribal court)
Ch. 3. Procedure (Request for peacemaking -- Requests and objections -- Duties of clerk of tribal court -- Appointment of peacemaker -- Notice to begin proceedings -- Compensation of peacemaker -- Subpoena -- Fees)\
Ch. 4. Actions by the Tribal Court (Protective orders -- Action by the court -- Judgments -- Method of presenting proposed judgment -- Form of judgment -- Enforcement of judgment)
Ch. 5. Conduct of Peacemakers (General standards -- Complaints regarding peacemakers -- Action on complaint)
Ch. 6. Transfer of Cases from Tribal Court to Peacemaker Court (General policy -- Civil matters -- Criminal matters -- Criminal probation -- Transfer on probation)
Ch. 7. Miscellaneous Provisions (Forms -- Plain language version of the rules)
Attachment: Excerpt from a 1984 report on Peacemaking in Saskatchewan.