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Judicial Considerations

Some web pages contain a box titled, “Judicial Considerations” in the bottom left corner of the screen.  The Judicial Considerations box provides tribal cases or tribal codes or both that demonstrate how tribes have handled the question in their jurisdiction.  Below is an example of the Judicial Considerations box that appears on the answer page to the question about issuance of a temporary restraining order (TRO).

Example

Judicial Considerations

Petitioner established a valid claim for a TRO by the facts alleged in her pleading and Rule 31 of Civil Procedure.  She was threatened with bodily harm during a meeting with the Petitioner.  Danforth v. Lang, 2004.NAOW.0000037 (Oneida Appeals 09/30/2004) (http://www.versuslaw.com). 

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