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  • CLEAR-CV-Native American Program 3-fold Brochure for Advocates

    If you are a service provider with a tribe or an organization serving Native people, you may refer people to CLEAR-CV Native American Program. This brochure provides information about the program and how to make a referral. Content Detail

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • Due Process in Indian Country

    Due process is a constitutionally guaranteed right. Due process provides protections for individuals in two ways: It requires certain procedural safeguards be in place when your fundamental rights (the right to life, liberty or property) are threatened. Legal proceedings must be carried out fairly. In some instances, the government is prohibited from interfering with certain fundamental rights regardless of the process used. #9212EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • Native American Crime Victims Program Flyer

    Free legal services are available for Native American victims of domestic violence and other crimes. An NJP attorney is available to provide advice, brief services and referrals in civil (non-criminal) legal matters stemming from the client’s experience as a crime victim. View a one-page flyer about the program. Content Detail

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • Native American Crime Victims Program 3-fold Brochure

    Free Legal Help for Native American Victims of Domestic Violence and Other Crimes. This 3-fold brochure contains information for Native American people needing assistance. Content Detail

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • Native American Unit Flyer

    Are you facing an issue in school? Do you need help with your attendance or performance in school? We can help! Informational brochure about NJP's Native American Unit. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • Native American Unit 3-fold Brochure

    A 3-fold promotional brochure about NJP's Native American Unit. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • Tribal Court Clearing House

    The Tribal Court Clearinghouse is a comprehensive website established in June 1997 to serve as a resource for American Indian and Alaska Native Nations, American Indian and Alaska Native people, tribal justice systems, victims services providers, tribal service providers, and others involved in the improvement of justice in Indian country. Read More

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    Tribal Law and Policy Institute
  • Tribal Law Code and Constitution Directory

    The A-Z Guide is an alternative way to learn about the most current copy of a tribal code or constitution known. Each federally-recognized tribe is listed in an A-Z table. Although efforts are made to keep this guide as current as possible, it's not always up-to-date. Read More

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    National Indian Law Library
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