Native American Tribal Court Opinions Available on TribalCourts.com.
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 9, 2001
VersusLaw, Inc., the online provider of legal research, has announced the launch of TribalCourts.com.
VersusLaw is developing TribalCourts.com to assist Native American courts in publishing their judicial opinions on the Internet. TribalCourts.com will now serve as the gateway for all the contracts and necessary contact information needed to join the database.
VersusLaw offers the world's largest collection of Native American opinions available in electronic format. The tribal court database has grown substantially since its was created in March 2000. In August 2001, opinions from the Hopi Tribal Court and Navajo Nation Supreme Court were added to the database, significantly increasing the total number of searchable cases. "We now have contracts with 29 tribes nationwide, from the Mashantucket Pequots in Connecticut, to the Nome Eskimo Community in Alaska," said Tim Jones William Timothy Jones (born December 1, 1962, in Sumter, South Carolina) was a Major League Baseball infielder. He is an alumnus of The Citadel.
Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2nd round of the 1985 MLB amateur draft, Jones would make his Major League Baseball , Project Manager for TribalCourts.com. "Hopefully, that number will someday include every tribal court in the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. ."
TribalCourts.com is providing all participating tribal court administrations with free unlimited access to the VersusLaw research service. The VersusLaw collection includes appellate level decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court, the Federal Circuits, and the appellate courts A court having jurisdiction to review decisions of a trial-level or other lower court.
An unsuccessful party in a lawsuit must file an appeal with an appellate court in order to have the decision reviewed. from all 50 states, for $8.95 per month, per professional.
All courts of federally recognized tribes Federally recognized tribes are those Indian tribes recognized by the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs for certain federal government purposes. Description
In the United States, the Indian tribe is a fundamental unit, and the constitution grants to the U.S. are invited to participate. The VersusLaw tribal court database is being developed in cooperation with the National American Indian American Indian
or Native American or Amerindian or indigenous American
Any member of the various aboriginal peoples of the Western Hemisphere, with the exception of the Eskimos (Inuit) and the Aleuts. Court Judges Association (NAICJA NAICJA National American Indian Court Judges Association ).
Questions about TribalCourts.com or the VersusLaw research service should be directed to Tim Jones, Project Manager; 888/377-8752 xt.3018 or via email, firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is also available at www.tribalcourts.com.