Featured Tribes

Pascua Yaqui
Tribal Court

Pascua Yaqui has been on the forefront of implementing the Violence Against Women Act, and  was one of the first 3 VAWA Tribes who gained approval under the Pilot Program.  Since that time, Pascua Yaqui has provided training on their experience.

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Choctaw National 
Tribal Court

Hailed as one of the most efficient tribal court systems in the U.S., the Choctaw Nation Judicial Branch takes pride in offering tribal members and Oklahoma residents a judicial process they can believe in. Each case is thoroughly presided over and treated fairly with the utmost respect given to the laws of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.

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Moderators and Presenters

Tricia Tingle

Associate Director
Tribal Justice Support | Office of Justice Services

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Alfred Urbina

Attorney General
Pascua Yaqui Tribe

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

Kara Bacon

Tribal Prosecutor
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Judge Robert E. Reavis II

Appellate Judge
Bureau of Indian Affairs

Oscar Flores

Deputy Attorney General
Pascua Yaqui Tribe

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

Randy Seiler

General Counsel, Lower Brule
Chair, S. Dakota Democratic Party

With Support From: 

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
Gina South, Juvenile Division Chief Assistant Tribal Prosecutor, gmsouth@choctawnation.com
Lindsay Dowell, ldowell@choctawnation.com

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of Justice Services, Tribal Justice Support 
Melissa Lee, Melissa.Lee@bia.gov
Simone Toya, Simone.Toya@bia.gov
Jo-Ellen Cree, Jo-Ellen.Cree@bia.gov
Kaylee Hudson, kaylee.hudson@bia.gov

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