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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter BPart 11


TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER B—LAW AND ORDER

PART 11—COURTS OF INDIAN OFFENSES AND LAW AND ORDER CODE

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Subpart A—APPLICATION; JURISDICTION

§11.100
Where are Courts of Indian Offenses established?
§11.102
What is the purpose of this part?
§11.104
When does this part apply?
§11.106
Who is an Indian for purposes of this part?
§11.108
How are tribal ordinances affected by this part?
§11.110
How are tribal customs affected by this part?
§11.112
[Reserved]
§11.114
What is the criminal jurisdiction of the Court of Indian Offenses?
§11.116
What is the civil jurisdiction of a Court of Indian Offenses?
§11.118
What are the jurisdictional limitations of the Court of Indian Offenses?
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Subpart B—COURTS OF INDIAN OFFENSES; PERSONNEL; ADMINISTRATION

§11.200
What is the composition of the Court of Indian Offenses?
§11.201
How are magistrates for the Court of Indian Offenses appointed?
§11.202
How is a magistrate of the Court of Indian Offenses removed?
§11.203
How are the clerks of the Court of Indian Offenses appointed and what are their duties?
§11.204
Prosecutors.
§11.205
Are there standards for the appearance of attorneys and lay counselors?
§11.206
Is the Court of Indian Offenses a court of record?
§11.207
What are the responsibilities of Bureau of Indian Affairs employees?
§11.208
May Individual Indian Money accounts be used for payment of judgments?
§11.209
How does the Court of Indian Offenses dispose of fines?
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Subpart C—CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

§11.300
Complaints.
§11.301
Arrests.
§11.302
Arrest warrants.
§11.303
Notification of rights prior to custodial interrogation.
§11.304
Summons in lieu of warrant.
§11.305
Search warrants.
§11.306
Search without a warrant.
§11.307
Disposition of seized property.
§11.308
Commitments.
§11.309
Arraignments.
§11.310
Bail.
§11.311
Subpoenas.
§11.312
Witness fees.
§11.313
Trial procedure.
§11.314
Jury trials.
§11.315
Sentencing.
§11.316
Probation.
§11.317
Parole.
§11.318
Extradition.
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Subpart D—CRIMINAL OFFENSES

§11.400
Assault.
§11.401
Recklessly endangering another person.
§11.402
Terroristic threats.
§11.403
Unlawful restraint.
§11.404
False imprisonment.
§11.405
Interference with custody.
§11.406
Criminal coercion.
§11.407
Sexual assault.
§11.408
Indecent exposure.
§11.409
Reckless burning or exploding.
§11.410
Criminal mischief.
§11.411
Criminal trespass.
§11.412
Theft.
§11.413
Receiving stolen property.
§11.414
Embezzlement.
§11.415
Fraud.
§11.416
Forgery.
§11.417
Extortion.
§11.418
Misbranding.
§11.419
Unauthorized use of automobiles and other vehicles.
§11.420
Tampering with records.
§11.421
Bad checks.
§11.422
Unauthorized use of credit cards.
§11.423
Defrauding secured creditors.
§11.424
Neglect of children.
§11.425
Persistent non-support.
§11.426
Bribery.
§11.427
Threats and other improper influence in official and political matters.
§11.428
Retaliation for past official action.
§11.429
Perjury.
§11.430
False alarms.
§11.431
False reports.
§11.432
Impersonating a public servant.
§11.433
Disobedience to lawful order of court.
§11.434
Resisting arrest.
§11.435
Obstructing justice.
§11.436
Escape.
§11.437
Bail jumping.
§11.438
Flight to avoid prosecution or judicial process.
§11.439
Witness tampering.
§11.440
Tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.
§11.441
Disorderly conduct.
§11.442
Riot; failure to disperse.
§11.443
Harassment.
§11.444
Carrying concealed weapons.
§11.445
Driving violations.
§11.446
Cruelty to animals.
§11.447
Maintaining a public nuisance.
§11.448
Abuse of office.
§11.449
Violation of an approved tribal ordinance.
§11.450
Maximum fines and sentences of imprisonment.
§11.451
Abuse of psychotoxic chemical solvents.
§11.452
Possession of a controlled substance.
§11.453
Prostitution or solicitation.
§11.454
Domestic violence.
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Subpart E—CIVIL ACTIONS

§11.500
Law applicable to civil actions.
§11.501
Judgments in civil actions.
§11.502
Costs in civil actions.
§11.503
Applicable civil procedure.
§11.504
Applicable rules of evidence.
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Subpart F—DOMESTIC RELATIONS

§11.600
Marriages.
§11.601
Marriage licenses.
§11.602
Solemnization.
§11.603
Invalid or prohibited marriages.
§11.604
Declaration of invalidity.
§11.605
Dissolution.
§11.606
Dissolution proceedings.
§11.607
Temporary orders and temporary injunctions.
§11.608
Final decree; disposition of property; maintenance; child support; custody.
§11.609
Determination of paternity and support.
§11.610
Appointment of guardians.
§11.611
Change of name.
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Subpart G—PROBATE PROCEEDINGS

§11.700
Probate jurisdiction.
§11.701
Duty to present will for probate.
§11.702
Proving and admitting will.
§11.703
Petition and order to probate estate.
§11.704
Appointment and duties of executor or administrator.
§11.705
Removal of executor or administrator.
§11.706
Appointment and duties of appraiser.
§11.707
Claims against estate.
§11.708
Sale of property.
§11.709
Final account.
§11.710
Determination of the court.
§11.711
Descent and distribution.
§11.712
Closing estate.
§11.713
Small estates.
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Subpart H—APPELLATE PROCEEDINGS

§11.800
Jurisdiction of appellate division.
§11.801
Procedure on appeal.
§11.802
Judgment against surety.
§11.803
Record on appeal.
§11.804
Briefs and memoranda.
§11.805
Oral argument.
§11.806
Rules of court.
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Subpart I—CHILDREN'S COURT

§11.900
Definitions.
§11.901
The children's court established.
§11.902
Non-criminal proceedings.
§11.903
Presenting officer.
§11.904
Guardian ad litem.
§11.905
Jurisdiction.
§11.906
Rights of parties.
§11.907
Transfer to Court of Indian Offenses.
§11.908
Court records.
§11.909
Law enforcement records.
§11.910
Expungement.
§11.911
Appeal.
§11.912
Contempt of court.
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Subpart J—JUVENILE OFFENDER PROCEDURE

§11.1000
Complaint.
§11.1001
Warrant.
§11.1002
Custody.
§11.1003
Law enforcement officer's duties.
§11.1004
Detention and shelter care.
§11.1005
Preliminary inquiry.
§11.1006
Investigation by the presenting officer.
§11.1007
Petition.
§11.1008
Date of hearing.
§11.1009
Summons.
§11.1010
Adjudicatory hearing.
§11.1011
Dispositional hearing.
§11.1012
Dispositional alternatives.
§11.1013
Modification of dispositional order.
§11.1014
Medical examination.
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Subpart K—MINOR-IN-NEED-OF-CARE PROCEDURE

§11.1100
Complaint.
§11.1101
Warrant.
§11.1102
Custody.
§11.1103
Law enforcement officer's duties.
§11.1104
Shelter care.
§11.1105
Preliminary inquiry.
§11.1106
Investigation by the presenting officer.
§11.1107
Petition.
§11.1108
Date of hearing.
§11.1109
Summons.
§11.1110
Minor-in-need-of-care adjudicatory hearing.
§11.1111
Minor-in-need-of-care dispositional hearing.
§11.1112
Dispositional alternatives.
§11.1113
Modification of dispositional order.
§11.1114
Termination.
§11.1115
Information collection.
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Subpart L—CHILD PROTECTION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROCEDURES

§11.1200
Definitions.
§11.1202
How to petition for an order of protection.
§11.1204
Obtaining an emergency order of protection.
§11.1206
Obtaining a regular (non-emergency) order of protection.
§11.1208
Service of the protection order.
§11.1210
Duration and renewal of a regular protection order.
§11.1212
Consequences of disobedience or interference.
§11.1214
Relationship of this subpart to other remedies.


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