November 5, 2014

Tribal Judge Phil Lujan honored for time in the court room

When an email arrives requesting a decades-old article be found where an individual is referred to as “the hammer of justice,” a certain interest is piqued. […]
January 5, 2015

City must grant CPN hearing on detachment

  A Pottawatomie County judge ruled Dec. 19, 2014 that the Shawnee City Commission must grant Citizen Potawatomi Nation a public hearing on its Sept. 10, […]
April 8, 2016

Report on two Native nation-focused issues before the U.S. Supreme Court

This article is submitted by CPN Tribal Legislator Eva Marie Carney and appears as it did in the Women’s Bar Association of D.C. April newsletter. As […]
July 20, 2020

CPN court staff key to protecting Tribal sovereignty

The CPN District Court oversees criminal, civil, Indian Child Welfare and juvenile proceedings under the direction of Chief District Judge Philip Lujan and Associate District Judges Robert Wiley and William Davis. A small group of talented behind-the-scenes staff members ensure the court carries out its duties.