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Oct2016

Website Update

We will be updating our website through out the month of October and November. Please keep peeking in to see what is new! Please ignore the sample data that is in, that will be replaced as we finish up the site.

12
Oct2016

Burns Paiute Tribe Test News

It's turning into a chilly October, Keep bundled up and be safe!

10
Jan2017

Departments Added!

We have added some information to the fallowing Departments:   Police and Court Wadatika Health Clinic   We have also added some photos to the over all site to help give it color.   Keep coming back as we will be adding more later. Thanks!

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TRIBAL COURT OF

BURNS PAIUTE TRIBE

 

TRIBAL COURT MISSION STATEMENT/OBJECTIVES

 

  1. Maintain a Tribal Court system by utilizing Tribal Laws and Ordinances adopted by the Burns Paiute Tribal Council.
  2. Provide efficient resolution of violations of tribal laws and disputes.
  3. Employ qualified persons designated as Tribal Judges, to convene Tribal Court to hear and adjudicate complaints filed relating to Tribal Codes.
  4. Employ a part-time Court Admin./Clerk who assists the Tribal Judges in the maintenance and operation of Tribal Court.
  5. Have available a Tribal Prosecutor to advise Tribal Court and to represent the Tribe either as plaintiff or defendant.
  6. Interpret Tribal Laws within a court system that focuses on rehabilitation in addition to punishment of offenders.
  7. Adjudicate violations of Tribal Laws and disputes in an atmosphere free from influences through consistent decisions based upon the merits and facts of each case brought before the Tribal Court.
  8. Make available to plaintiffs and defendants, a Court of Appeals as stated within the Tribal Code.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Tribal Court consists of 4 employees:      Mark Kemp, Chief Judge

                                                                 Patricia Gibson, Associate Judge

                                                                 Ken Bardizian, Tribal Prosecutor

                                                                 Linda Beaver, Court Administrator/Clerk

Office Hours:  M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Phone:       541.573-8072  Fax: 541.573.3854

 

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  +1 (541) 573-2088 Administration
  +1 (541) 573-1910 Tribal Council
  100 Pasigo St. Burns Or 97720

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