The term “Attorney General” means the Attorney General of the United States.
The term “Director” means the Director of the Office of Tribal Justice.
(3) Indian lands
The term “Indian lands” shall include lands within the definition of “Indian country”, as defined in section
1151 of title
18; or “Indian reservations”, as defined in section
1452(d) of this title, or section
1903(10) of this title. For purposes of the preceding sentence, such section
1452(d) of this title shall be applied by treating the term “former Indian reservations in Oklahoma” as including only lands which are within the jurisdictional area of an Oklahoma Indian Tribe (as determined by the Secretary of the Interior) and are recognized by such Secretary as eligible for trust land status under part 151 of title
25, Code of Federal Regulations (as in effect on December 21, 2000).
(4) Indian tribe
The term “Indian tribe” means any Indian tribe, band, nation, pueblo, or other organized group or community which administers justice or plans to administer justice under its inherent authority or the authority of the United States and which is recognized as eligible for the special programs and services provided by the United States to Indian tribes because of their status as Indians.
(5) Judicial personnel
The term “judicial personnel” means any judge, magistrate, court counselor, court clerk, court administrator, bailiff, probation officer, officer of the court, dispute resolution facilitator, or other official, employee, or volunteer within the tribal judicial system.
(6) Non-profit entities
The term “non-profit entity” or “non-profit entities” has the meaning given that term in section
501(c)(3) of title
(7) Office of Tribal Justice
The term “Office of Tribal Justice” means the Office of Tribal Justice in the United States Department of Justice.
(8) Tribal justice system
The term “tribal court”, “tribal court system”, or “tribal justice system” means the entire judicial branch, and employees thereof, of an Indian tribe, including, but not limited to, traditional methods and fora for dispute resolution, trial courts, appellate courts, including inter-tribal appellate courts, alternative dispute resolution systems, and circuit rider systems, established by inherent tribunal authority whether or not they constitute a court of record.
2010—Pars. (2) to (8). Pub. L. 111–211added par. (2) and redesignated former pars. (2) to (7) as (3) to (8), respectively.
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