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Article IV. Actions of the Tribal Court
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Upon a sworn affidavit by a law enforcement officer or any other person, and upon the examination of other witnesses if required by the judge that there is probable cause to believe that a child is being or has been abused, neglected, or is in need of care as defined herein and is within the jurisdiction of the Court, the Court shall make such orders for the removal, custody, protection and care of the child. The Court shall additionally take such other actions as it may deem advisable and appropriate in the interest of the child and the interests of the Tribe, including protection orders related to domestic or family violence. [Res. 22-R-037, 2/24/2022; Res. 09-R-062 Title 1 § (4)(A), 4/30/2009.]