The Menominee Tribal Courts is a court of general jurisdiction with appellate review operating under the authority of the Menominee Tribal Constitution and By-laws as a separate and equal branch of the Tribal Government. The Menominee Tribal Courts provide judicial services to the Menominee Indian Reservation.
 
Case Types
Adoption
Appeals
Child Support
Civil
Committment
Conservation
Criminal
Custody
Divorce
Guardianships
Juvenile
Motor Vehicle
Name Change
Paternity
Probate
Relinquishments
Restraining Orders
Small Claims
Links

Amendment to the Rules of Criminal Procedure

Approved Penalty for OWI

Election Information Website

Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin Homepage

Constitution And Bylaws

Recognition of Foreign Judgment (1/30/2014)
   
Lay Advocacy Program

Are you interested in practicing law but not interested in going back to school?? The Menominee Tribal Court is looking for a few talented individuals to engage in the practice of law. To learn more about this opportunity, view the file below and fill out the application that is attached to it. Submit it along with a writing sample by February 15th, 2019.

Lay Advocacy Program Details and Information

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