By Victoria McKenzie (Oct 1, 2021, 10:44 p.m. EDT) – The Ninth Circuit has been asked to decide whether the Nooksack Tribe has jurisdiction over a single mother who said an illegitimate tribal court judge persecuted her after he sought protection from abuse and then ordered his arrest on unreserved land as part of a political vendetta.
In a response brief filed Tuesday, two judges at the Nooksack Tribal Court accused 35-year-old Elile Adams of attempting “revenge” on them after being detained in Whatcom County, Wash., Allegedly. for failing to appear in tribal criminal proceedings. As unfair as his desire to “punish” the judges may be, they said, the …
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