Law and Order Code of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Community, Arizona

Updated: April 2014

Disclaimer: Although every effort is made to present current and accurate information, if you need an official version of the tribe’s laws, please contact the tribe.

Table of Contents

Resolution No. Ft. McD 98-02
[Resolution Enacting the Most Recent Amendments Throughout a Large Portion of the Code]


Chapter 1 - The Court and Procedure

Chapter 2 - Business Code (amended in 2008)

Chapter 3 - Elections

Chapter 4 - Courts Generally

Chapter 5 - Civil and Criminal Procedure

Chapter 6 - Criminal Code

Chapter 7 - Extradition

Chapter 7.5 - Civil Trespass

Chapter 8 - Sentencing

Chapter 9 - Probate

Chapter 10 - Domestic Relations

Chapter 11 - Minors

Chapter 12 - Animals and Fowl

Chapter 13 - Health and Sanitation

Chapter 14 - Alcoholic Beverages

Chapter 15 - Exclusion Ordinance

Chapter 16 - Traffic and Motor Vehicles

Chapter 17 - Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Enrollment Ordinance

Chapter 18 [Reserved]

Chapter 19 - Antiquities and Archaeological Sites

Chapter 20 - Property

Chapter 21 [Reserved]

Chapter 22 - General Law of Torts and Tribal Torts Claims Act

Chapter 23 - Environmental Code

*Digitizer's Note: The name of this community varies throughout the original document. With the exception of the Resolutions, the former name of the tribe ("Fort McDowell Mohave-Apache Indian Community"), where it appears in this document, has been changed to "Fort McDowell Yavapai Community," the current name of the community, for this digital copy. In addition, the community sometimes refers to itself as the "Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation," and this name has not been changed in this digital copy.