Crime Victims' Rights in Tribal Court
Jurisdiction of crimes involving Indian Country or tribal members can be complicated. The rights that apply to victims will depend on whether state, federal, or tribal law applies in the particular circumstances. To learn about the rights victims have in Oregon, click here.
If you have any questions about where your case is being prosecuted, please contact the Oregon Crime Victims Law Center at (503) 208-8160. The United States Department of Justice also has information about victims’ rights in cases involving crimes committed on tribal lands on its website and if you need immediate assistance please call 1-844-762-8483 or visit the StrongHearts Native Helpline website.
This information is not all-inclusive and is not intended to be legal advice or an agreement to provide legal advice or representation. If you have any questions about victims’ rights in a tribal court, please contact the Oregon Crime Victims Law Center.