Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) Tribal Court

The Colorado River Indian Tribes are a federally recognized tribe with almost 270,000 acres of reservation land along both sides of the Colorado River between Parker, Arizona and Blyth California.  The tribe has over 3,500 enrolled members.


Chief Judge:  not available. 

 

The CRIT Tribal Court was originally established in 1937 by Act of June 18, 1934, the Indian Reorganization Act.  The court has evolved over time and its jurisdiction expanded in 1975.  Currently the court hears a variety of case types, including criminal offenses, child welfare and domestic relations, traffic, and game fish and wildlife management.
26600 Mohave Road
Parker, Arizona 85344

928-669-1355
928-669-8223 (fax)

http://www.crit-nsn.gov/critcourt/

Laws and ordinances;  http://www.crit-nsn.gov/crit_contents/ordinances

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