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Attorneys & Advocates Authorized to Practice in the FMYN Tribal Court
This PDF below contains a list the individuals who are authorized to practice before the Tribal Court of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, pursuant to Section 1-25 of the Fort McDowell Law and Order Code.
The people listed in the PDF are those authorized to practice before the Tribal Court, but any attorney in good standing who is licensed to practice law in the United States may be able to represent you. If you choose to have a licensed attorney represent you and they are not on this list, they can apply by filing an application to practice with the tribal court (applications can be obtained through the clerk’s office).
What is an Advocate?
A Tribal Advocate is an Indian person who is NOT a licensed attorney but who believes he/she has adequate knowledge of tribal law to defend a person against criminal or civil complaints. Any person who retains the services of a non-attorney tribal advocate does so at his/her own risk regarding the competence of the advocate.
List of Authorized Attorneys
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