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Within 30 days of the service of the petition, the respondent shall file, with the Tulalip Tribal Court, a written answer to the allegations described in the petition to institute exclusion proceedings. All evidence which is necessary and relevant to decide the case is admissible. See the Tulalip Tribal Government Employee Handbook for the definition of an immediate family member. Persons on the deferral program are not excluded and are not subject to this restriction. The deferral order shall include specific guidelines for the UA, and UA results must not show use of a prohibited substance. The following shall be subject to forfeiture to the Tulalip Tribes and no property right shall exist in them:. The Tribe, through its Reservation Attorney, shall provide recommendations. Nothing in this chapter shall preclude the exercise of the right of any landowner or bona fide lessee to control entry to lands owned by or leased by the owner or lessee. A notice of hearing will be served.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} If the Court finds that the petition does not meet the requirements of TTC 2. Supplemental pleadings and discovery may be served via U. No service is required on a party who is in default for failing to answer or failing to appear. Excluded persons shall not receive cash assistance payments from Tulalip health and human service programs, including but not limited to disability assistance, special needs assistance, elder payments, veteran payments, needs-based payments, major medical assistance, TANF, median income assistance, higher education assistance, or any other cash assistance payments available to persons in the Tulalip community. Prior to coming onto the Reservation, the person must notify the Chief of Police. All other civil procedures specified in Chapter 2. The Tribal Court shall modify or vacate any exclusion order upon terms and conditions approved by resolution of the Board. Not sooner than one year after any exclusion order issued under this chapter, any excluded person who is otherwise ineligible for the deferral program of this chapter may petition the Board of Directors for nullification. Excluded persons who meet the eligibility requirements as stated above may file a motion with the Tulalip Tribal Court to request a deferral of an exclusion order issued under this section. Procedure for forfeitures under this chapter shall be in accordance with TTC 2. Any person so removed shall be notified of the opportunity to request a hearing in accordance with TTC 2. The Tribal Court may enter an order for removal or exclusion if, based on the evidence presented, the Court determines the person is subject to exclusion, and that the person or entity committed an act or omission which falls within one or more exclusion grounds. The enforcement officers shall use only so much force as is reasonable to accomplish the removal. The petition may also include any other documentary information, declarations or relevant evidence for the Court to consider. Prior legislation: Resos. The Court may reduce or waive payment if they determine a substantial hardship that will affect the health and welfare of the respondent and his family or his dependents. Postal Service. Excluded persons may come onto the Tulalip Indian Reservation to attend a funeral of an immediate family member on the day of the funeral and during funeral hours. Requirements shall minimally include:. The Court may also order other forms of drug and alcohol testing;. If the person is not yet actively involved in the requirements as outlined below, the person shall submit an affidavit stating they intend to begin participation upon being granted a deferral under this section. Persons subject to an exclusion may appeal the final order of the Tribal Court. Chapter 2. The hearing shall be scheduled no later than 14 working days from the date the answer and request for hearing is filed with the Court;. Persons excluded for a crime involving domestic violence, who have two or more convictions for crimes involving domestic violence or otherwise meet the requirements to be deemed a habitual offender as that term is used under 18 U. If the operation of any clause, part or section of this chapter shall be held to be unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, it is hereby declared that, had the invalidity of such clause, part or section been considered at the time of the enactment of this chapter, the remainder of this chapter would nevertheless have been adopted without such invalid clauses, parts or sections. Persons excluded for a crime involving domestic violence, who do not have two or more convictions for crimes involving domestic violence, may be eligible for the deferral program if they provide proof of:. Any unauthorized person failing to comply with a request to leave an area closed pursuant to this subsection shall be subject to removal by a Tribal Police Officer or other person so empowered by the Board or General Manager. The Tulalip Tribes by and through its Board of Directors may petition the Tulalip Tribal Court for an order excluding, on a temporary or permanent basis, a person from restricted land or any portion thereof, unless a lawful resident of such property, for one or more of the following unlawful acts under this section:. A person may be denied the right to attend a funeral if there is a substantial threat of harm or injury to the community or a person. Payments required under this section will be retroactive to persons currently in the deferral program and required under court order at subsequent review hearings. Every six months, or sooner upon petition of any aggrieved person or the Court, the Tribal Court shall review the status of compliance with a deferral program. The parties may be represented by counsel, at their own expense. If the respondent fails to voluntarily remove himself within the time limit stated in the order, the officers may physically remove him. The Court must find probable cause that the person is an immediate danger to the health, safety, or property of a person or the community. Witnesses may be subpoenaed for either party upon request. Nothing in this chapter shall be deemed to constitute a waiver by the Tulalip Tribes of its sovereign immunity for any reason whatsoever. Persons appealing a final order may come onto the Reservation for purposes of the appeal so long as Tulalip law enforcement is notified prior. For purposes of this code, a spouse does not include a person who is living separate and apart from his or her spouse, or who has filed, in an appropriate court, a petition for legal separation or dissolution of marriage. This petition must be accompanied by a statement from the Chief of Police or designee, stating the grounds for the request for an emergency exclusion. Any person or child, whether or not a member of the Tribes, is subject to exclusion pursuant to this chapter from any restricted land, or portion thereof, on which the person is not a lawful resident. The Chief of Police for the Tulalip Police Department may but is not required to request that the Office of Reservation Attorney file a petition for an ex parte temporary order of exclusion from the Court. The notice shall include the following provisions:. Such closure must be in writing and shall not continue for more than 60 days without approval of the Tulalip Board of Directors. Persons excluded for a crime involving domestic violence may be eligible for the deferral program if they meet the following conditions:. The following persons may apply for a deferral of their exclusion order. If the Chief of Police is unable to verify that the excluded person is an immediate family member of the deceased person the person shall not be allowed onto the Reservation. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}As defined under Chapter 4. The remedies provided for herein are in addition to any other available remedies and, unless expressly provided by applicable law, resort to one remedy shall not preclude resort to another. Persons who are excluded under this title shall not be allowed to conduct business with the Tribes or any tribal entity, or operate or conduct any other business or business activities within the exterior boundaries of the Reservation. The officers, in their discretion and under their supervision, may allow the person to gather any necessary belongings from the jurisdiction of the Tulalip Tribes, prior to removal. If respondent cannot be served by personal service, the Court may grant a continuance and permission to serve by publication upon ex parte motion of the Tribes. The Court may orally advise the parties of its decision at the hearing or may issue an opinion no later than five judicial days from the date of the hearing. The Court may request Tribal law enforcement or other Tribally authorized officers to supervise the removal of the respondent. The Board will review a petition for nullification no more than once every three years. The process server or other authorized person shall return a declaration of service to the Court. The Tulalip Tribes shall cause the ex parte temporary order of exclusion, the petition and the notice of the opportunity to request a hearing to be served on the respondent under the procedures outlined under TTC 2. Business activity or business activities is defined as having ownership or financial interest in the goods and services being provided and as defined by TERO. No extension of this time may be granted, unless extraordinary circumstances exist. The Court shall determine where payment is to be made, and when payments shall be made. If the person has not been excluded for a crime involving illegal or banned substances or there is no proof that chemical dependency treatment is necessary the Tribes and the Court shall tailor a program that addresses the reason for exclusion. Upon submission of the motion for deferral with the Board of Directors resolution authorizing the filing of the motion, the Tribal Court shall enter an order deferring the exclusion order, subject to the requirements of this section. If an answer is filed within 30 days, the exclusion proceeding shall be set for a hearing without a jury no later than 60 days after the answer is filed. The burden of proof is a preponderance of the evidence. Tribal law enforcement or other Tribally authorized officers may remove from the jurisdiction of the Tulalip Tribes any person subject to removal under this chapter if the officer observes that an immediate danger to health, safety or property exists and delay would result in irreparable harm. Hearings following an emergency exclusion shall be conducted consistent with TTC 2. The Tulalip Tribes may present a draft permanent order of exclusion ex parte;. The temporary order of exclusion shall expire three weeks after issuance unless the Court finds good cause to extend the expiration date, modify the order in any respect or to make it permanent. All appeals under this chapter shall be governed by the appellate procedure in Chapter 2. The petitioner and respondent shall have an opportunity to present witnesses and other evidence. Persons excluded for the following crimes are not eligible for the deferral program under any circumstance:. A closure under this section shall not be directed at any particular person or persons but may be limited to a designated group, such as children or nonmembers. The person on deferral has the burden to prove compliance with this program. The Tribes may present such an order ex parte. This section does not apply to persons who are in compliance with a deferral program under this chapter. Where a person is subject to a Tribal law, the Tribal Court is hereby expressly authorized to impose exclusion in addition to or in the alternative to any other Tribal fine or penalty provided for violation of such law. If the respondent fails to answer the petition within 30 days of the service of the petition or fails to appear to defend at the time set for a hearing, the Court shall enter an order of exclusion. The respondent shall serve the answer on the Office of the Reservation Attorney no more than five calendar days after filing with the Court. Service of the notice shall be by personal service, by any person authorized therein to make such service who is not a party to the case. In either case, the Court shall prepare a written order and cause it to be served on both parties.