Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi, MI
Calhoun County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Tribal Council of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi 3-17-2016 by Res. No. 03-17-16-05. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Article I Short Title

§ 7.4-1 Short title.

Article II Purpose and Goals

§ 7.4-2 Purpose.

§ 7.4-3 Legislative findings.

Article III Bode'wadmi Traditions and Values

§ 7.4-4 Custom and tradition policy.

§ 7.4-5 Women and other persons within Tribe.

§ 7.4-6 Noeg Meshomsenanek Kenomagewenen: Seven Grandfather Teachings.

§ 7.4-7 Acknowledgments.

Article IV Definitions

§ 7.4-8 Definitions.

Article V Jurisdiction

§ 7.4-9 Domestic Violence Court.

§ 7.4-10 General jurisdiction.

§ 7.4-11 Special domestic violence criminal jurisdiction.

§ 7.4-12 Special jurisdiction; criminal conduct applicable.

Article VI Criminal Procedure

§ 7.4-13 Statute of limitations.

§ 7.4-14 Nonwaiver of sovereign immunity.

§ 7.4-15 Reporting domestic and family violence; duty to warn.

§ 7.4-16 Immunity from liability.

Article VII Power and Duties of Law Enforcement

§ 7.4-17 Law enforcement duties to victims.

§ 7.4-18 Duty to preserve evidence.

§ 7.4-19 Arrest.

§ 7.4-20 Emergency criminal no-contact order.

§ 7.4-21 Violations of conditions of release.

§ 7.4-22 Duty to expedite service of protection orders.

§ 7.4-23 Authority to seize and hold weapons.

§ 7.4-24 Arrest without warrant for violations of civil protection orders or criminal no-contact orders.

§ 7.4-25 Law enforcement records on domestic violence or family violence to be identifiable.

§ 7.4-26 Liability of law enforcement officers.

§ 7.4-27 Officials who batter.

Article VIII Power and Duties of Court

§ 7.4-28 Victim confidentiality.

§ 7.4-29 Pretrial and release conditions.

§ 7.4-30 Special Court rules for domestic violence or family violence crimes.

§ 7.4-31 Judgments and convictions.

§ 7.4-32 Additional conditions for crimes involving domestic violence or family violence.

§ 7.4-33 Factors to consider in sentencing.

§ 7.4-34 Witness testimony.

Article IX Criminal Actions and Remedies

§ 7.4-35 Domestic violence or family violence sentencing designation.

§ 7.4-36 Habitual domestic violence or family violence offender.

§ 7.4-37 Interfering with reporting of domestic violence or family violence.

§ 7.4-38 Interfering with prosecution of domestic violence or family violence.

§ 7.4-39 Powers and duties of Prosecutor.

§ 7.4-40 Violation of no-contact order; penalties.

§ 7.4-41 Violation of domestic violence protection order; penalties.

§ 7.4-42 Crime of stalking.

§ 7.4-43 Advocates present during prosecution or defense interviews.

§ 7.4-44 Victim rights.

§ 7.4-45 Assaulting NHBP staff or safe house staff.

§ 7.4-46 Probation; modifications of conditions.

§ 7.4-47 Written statement of conditions.

§ 7.4-48 Violations by juveniles; arrest.

Article X Civil Protection Orders

§ 7.4-49 Civil protection order; purpose.

§ 7.4-50 Persons authorized to file.

§ 7.4-51 Petition for protection order or modification.

§ 7.4-52 Procedure for issuance of protection order.

§ 7.4-53 Contents of protection order.

§ 7.4-54 Duration of permanent protection order and modification.

§ 7.4-55 Service of temporary protection order.

§ 7.4-56 Copy to Police Department and other jurisdictions.

§ 7.4-57 Penalties for violation of protection order.

Article XI Special Rules of Court and Other Matters

§ 7.4-58 Secure waiting area.

§ 7.4-59 Fees not permitted.

§ 7.4-60 Child custody disputes.

§ 7.4-61 Mediation not allowed.

§ 7.4-62 Domestic Violence Leave Act; purpose.

§ 7.4-63 Discharges for absence of employment due to domestic violence prohibited.

§ 7.4-64 Penalty for violation.

§ 7.4-65 Firearms disqualification; purpose.

Article XII Criminal Protection Orders

§ 7.4-66 Full faith and credit clause.

§ 7.4-67 Recognition and enforcement of foreign court judgments.

§ 7.4-68 Transmittal of filed foreign protection orders to law enforcement agency.

§ 7.4-69 Violation of foreign orders.

§ 7.4-70 Police/peace officer immunity.

§ 7.4-71 Harassment; purpose.

§ 7.4-72 Harassment protection order.

§ 7.4-73 Petition for harassment protection order.

§ 7.4-74 Contents of petition for harassment protection order.

§ 7.4-75 Harassment protection order ex parte; temporary harassment protection order.

§ 7.4-76 Permanent harassment protection order.

§ 7.4-77 Notice to local law enforcement agencies; enforceability.

§ 7.4-78 Contempt and violation of harassment protection order; penalties.

§ 7.4-79 Sexual assault protection order; purpose.

§ 7.4-80 Persons authorized to file.

§ 7.4-81 Petition for sexual assault protection order.

§ 7.4-82 Emergency sexual assault protection order ex parte.

§ 7.4-83 Appointment of counsel.

§ 7.4-84 Permanent sexual assault protection order.

§ 7.4-85 Request for reconsideration or modification.

§ 7.4-86 Sexual assault protection orders; personal jurisdiction; nonresident individuals.

§ 7.4-87 Penalties for violation of sexual assault protection order.

Article XIII Severability and Savings

§ 7.4-88 Severability.

§ 7.4-89 Savings.