Tribal Court Mission
The Mission of the Gun Lake Tribal Court is to provide a justice system based on integrity, fairness and tradition while preserving Tribal Sovereignty.
About the Gun Lake Tribal Court
The judicial power of the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians (Gun Lake Tribe) is vested in the Gun Lake Tribal Judiciary, which is composed of the Gun Lake Tribal Court and the Gun Lake Supreme Court. The judicial power of the Gun Lake Tribal Judiciary extends to all cases arising under the Gun Lake Tribe’s Constitution, ordinances, regulations or judicial decisions of the Gun Lake Tribe.
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2020 Tribal Court Holidays
Memorial Day (May 25)
Chairman, D.K. Sprague, Day, Observed (June 29)
Independence Day, Observed (July 3)
Tribal Recognition Day, Observed (Aug 24)
Indigenous Peoples' Day (October 12)
Veteran’s Day (November 11)
Thanksgiving (November 26 & 27)
Christmas Eve & Day (December 24 & 25)
*Please Note: Tribal Court is also closed the week between Christmas & New Year's Day.