ARTICLE VI - THE TRIBAL COURT SYSTEM
Section 7. Court Rules.
Section 7. Court Rules. The duties and procedures of the Tribal Court System, and all other court matters not addressed in this article of the constitution, shall be established by the Tribal Council by ordinance. The ordinance may also include a ...
Section 6. Removal of Judges.
Section 6. Removal of Judges. (a) A judge shall be removed by the Tribal Council for: (1) Final conviction of a felony by any tribal, federal or state court while serving as judge. (A) The Tribal Council may suspend a judge charged ...
Section 5. Compensation.
Section 5. Compensation. Judges shall receive for their services reasonable compensation that shall not be diminished during their term of office.
Section 4. Qualifications of Judges.
Section 4. Qualifications of Judges. The qualifications for judges shall be established by ordinance, Provided, That no additional requirements may be added during the tenure of a judge already in office, unless the additions or changes exempt the ...
Section 3. Appointment of Judges.
Section 3. Appointment of Judges. The Tribal Council shall appoint judges to serve for a term of four (4) years. There shall be one judge for the Tribal Court and either one or three judges for the Court of Appeals. No judge shall preside over a ...
Section 1. Establishment.
Section 1. Establishment. The judicial power of the San Juan Southern Paiute Tribe shall be vested in the Tribal Court System. The Tribal Court System shall include a Tribal Court and such other lower courts of special jurisdiction, including forums ...