Nooksack Appellate Court Orders Tribal Court Clerk to Accept Galanda Pro Se Complaint

Here is the order in Galanda v. Bernard:

Galanda v. Bernard Order Granting Petition for Writ of Mandamus

An excerpt:

Thus, we hereby order (1) that the Court Clerk of the Nooksack Tribal Court shall either accept and file Petitioners complaints and related motions or file an answer to the Petition for Writ of Mandamus with this Court on or before May 16th, 2016, and (2) that the NICS administrator serve a copy of the petition together with this order by mail on the Court Clerk. 

The motion for the writ of mandamus is here.

The court clerk’s refusal to accept the complaint is here.

The complaint is here.

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One Response to Nooksack Appellate Court Orders Tribal Court Clerk to Accept Galanda Pro Se Complaint

  1. Keep up this Honorable Fight!! Over my 34 years of legal practice in Indian Country, I full well know how it is to get attacked by tribal officials advised by non-tribal lawyers. I survived these cowardly efforts and gotten stronger and more dedicated to justice for those tribal Peoples who are targeted by their own tribes for no understandable reason except for the exercise of hatred, meanness and evil motives.

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