The CFR Court is a trial court and parties present their cases before a Magistrate. Appeals may be taken from the trial court to the Court of Indian Appeals.Criminal misdemeanor cases involving Indians in Indian country must be heard in tribal courts or the CFR Courts, since criminal cases involving Indians within Indian country are not within the state’s jurisdiction. Cross deputization of state and tribal police officers provides for needed law enforcement cooperation, especially in areas where Indian land parcels are mixed in with non-Indian lands under state jurisdiction.
The prosecutor acts on behalf of the tribes to enforce criminal laws and are licensed attorneys hired by contract. Criminal offenses, contained within the federal regulations (25 CFR Part 11), provides the offenses that are applicable in the court.
Tribes located in the Southern Plains CFR Court
10:00 A.M. Monday - Child Support Docket 2:00 P.M. Tuesday- Juvenile/Criminal Docket 2:00 P.M. Thursday- Civil Docket
RED ROCK, OKLAHOMA 2:00 P.M. 1st Monday of Each Month- Juvenile/Criminal Docket 2:00 P.M. 3rd Monday of Each Month - Civil Docket*IF THESE DAYS FALL ON A HOLIDAY, IT WILL BE THE FOLLOWING MONDAY
CFR COURT INFORMATION
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