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Domestic Violence: Where To Get Help

Wabanaki Legal News, Summer 2004 Pine Tree Legal Assistance provides free legal help with protection from abuse proceedings to eligible Native Americans who are victims of domestic violence. Call the nearest Pine Tree office for help:

Tribal Sovereignty

Wabanaki Legal News, Winter 1998   By Mark A. Chavaree, Esq.

Limited Results from Tribal-State Work Group

Wabanaki Legal News, Winter 2009 by Paul Thibeault

Micmacs Lose Critical Federal Case On Tribal Sovereignty

Wabanaki Legal News, Winter 2009 by Paul Thibeault

Maine Supreme Court Decides Francis IV

Wabanaki Legal News, Winter 2008 by Paul Thibeault, Esq. & Michael Guare, Esq.

Tribal Appeallate Court Victory

Wabanaki Legal News, 2007 edition On February 19, 2007 the Passamaquoddy Appellate Court upheld the dismissal of an eviction action filed by the Housing Authority at Indian Township. The tenant was represented by the Native American Unit.

The State Juvenile Justice System

Wabanaki Legal News, Winter 2005 By J. Peter Sabonis, Esq.

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