Knowledge and Experience in Navigating Sovereign Nations
Handling legal matters in Indian Country requires extensive knowledge of how the Tribal Courts operate in comparison to State or Federal Courts. It is a matter of understanding Federal Indian Laws, tribal sovereignty and jurisdiction, and state law limitations and interactions within Indian Country. Indian Tribes have sovereignty which means the inherent right to govern themselves. Tribal sovereignty acts as a shield against state law on many levels. Many issues that come up in tribal law generally intersect with common non-Indian matters as well. It is helpful to know when you need to operate in Tribal Court, State Court, or Federal Court when it comes to handling your legal needs. The Boppre Law Firm team has studied tribal law to learn the differences of tribal, state, and federal laws and have the experience needed to negotiate and litigate in a wide variety of matters in Tribal Court.
Currently, Boppre Law Firm, PLLC is ready to assist you with your legal issues in two of North Dakota’s Reservations.
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa
- Located at the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation in Belcourt, North Dakota.
Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation (MHA Nation)
- Located at the Fort Berthold Reservation in New Town, North Dakota.
We are committed to helping you navigate into tribal law to know whether the Tribe, the State, or the Federal Government has jurisdiction of your legal matter. To schedule a consultation regarding a tribal law matter, call Boppre Law Firm, PLLC, in Minot today at 701-852-5224, or fill out our contact form online.