Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are trained volunteers appointed by
the Tribal Court to advocate for the best interests of children who are wards of
the Tribal Court. CASAs are a part of the judicial proceedings and represent to
the Court the child's best interests.
? Complete an extensive independent review of the case by speaking with the
child and all relevant adults, review the ca
Tribal Member Review Board (TMRB) volunteer are trained volunteers appointed by
Tribal Council to review cases of juveniles that are currently wards of the
Tribal Court. TMRB volunteers make recommendations to the Judge regarding the
best interest of the children in the cases they review.
? Complete an intensive independent review of the case materials prior to the
TMRB Review hearings by means
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