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No prosecution of natural resources violators, Hemp Clean up, etc before Resources Committee & Law and Order Committee, 9 am, 3.23.21

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans,The Navajo Nation Council Law & Order Committee and the Resources & Development Committee are meeting together in a Leadership Meeting to debate “several overlapping concerns and issues”, such as Hemp Farm clean up; the authority & jurisdiction of police officers and natural resources offices; jurisdiction and enforcement issues by natural resources enforcement officers; […]

Navajo police report on MMDR, MMIW. 10 am, 3.8.21

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans! The Navajo Council Law & Order Committee is working on Gathering Data of Missing & Murdered Dine’ Relatives and so the LOC asked Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety Director Jessie Delmar for a Report. I have been listening to MMDR/MMIW Reports from Navajo Council Delegate Amber Kanazbah Crotty, who has been an […]

Law & Order Committee mtg CANCELLED: Navajo Judicial Branch proposes creation of $18M fund, 10 am, 2.16.21

AGENDA OF TH E LAW AND ORDER COMMITTEE24TH NAVAJO NATION COUNCILSPECIAL MEETING – TELECONFERENCEFebruary 16, 2021, 10:00 A.M.PRESIDING: Honorable Eugenia Charles-Newton, ChairwomanHonorable Otto Tso, Vice ChairpersonLOCATION: Via TelecommunicationCall in Number: (669) 900-6833 Meeting ID: 562 628 2566Passcode: 86515[ ] Honorable Eugenia Charles-Newton [ ] Honorable Otto Tso[ ] Honorable Vince James [ ] Honorable Edmund […]

Navajo Police Reporting on: Businesses Broken Into; COVID-19 related & non-related Death Rates; Security in Washington, D.C.; Have Medicine Man Pray for People; Hazardous Pay; Status of Police Officers. 2.8.21

AGENDA OF THE LAW AND ORDER COMMITTEE24TH NAVAJO NATION COUNCILREGULAR MEETING – TELECONFERENCEFebruary 8, 2021, 10:00 A.M.PRESIDING: Honorable Eugenia Charles-Newton, ChairwomanHonorable Otto Tso, Vice ChairpersonLOCATION: Via TelecommunicationCall in Number: (669) 900-6833 Meeting ID: 562 628 2566Passcode: 86515[ ] Honorable Eugenia Charles-Newton [ ] Honorable Otto Tso[ ] Honorable Vince James [ ] Honorable Edmund Yazzie[ […]

Navajo Council Law & Order Committee meeting 7 am, 10.15.20

AGENDA OF THELAW AND ORDER COMMITTEE24TH NAVAJO NATION COUNCILSPECIAL MEETING -TELECONFERENCEOctober 15, 20207:00 A.M.Teleconference call number: (928) 223-3960)PRESIDING: Honorable Eugenia Charles-Newton, ChairwomanHonorable Otto Tso, Vice ChairpersonLOCATION: Via Teleconference[ ] Honorable Eugenia Charles-Newton [ ] Honorable Otto Tso[ ] Honorable Vince James [ ] Honorable Edmund Yazzie[ ] Honorable Eugene TsoHon. Eugenia Charles-Newton Location: ______________________Hon. Vince […]

Navajo Council Law committee holding 2021 Budget Hearings, 9 am, 8.24.20

AGENDALAW AND ORDER COMMITTEE OF THE24th NAVAJO NATION COUNCILOVERSIGHT BUDGET HEARING FY2021August 24 & 25, 2020, 9:00 A.M.(928) 223-3960 Call in NumberPRESIDING: Eugenia Charles-Newton, ChairwomanOtto Tso, Vice ChairpersonLOCATION: Navajo Nation Council Chambers, Window Rock, Arizona CALL BUDGET HEARING TO ORDER; ROLL CAL & INVOCATION INTRODUCTION; RECOGNIZE GUEST AND VISITING OFFICIALS REVIEW AND ADOPT THE BUDGET […]

Navajo Council Law & Order hearing report on grassroots, 6.8.20

The second report on the Law and Order Committee proposed agenda is Update report on Grassroots efforts and matters relating to an article on Navajo Times by Doreen McPaul, Attorney General, Navajo Nation Department of Justice. PROPOSED AGENDA OF THE LAW AND ORDER COMMITTEE, 24TH NAVAJO NATION COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING – VIA TELECONFERENCE June 08, […]

Navajo Council Law & Order Committee unanimously opposes Mandatory law degree for Navajo Supreme Court

Here at the Navajo Cuuncil Law & Order Committee, where the committee is now on Legislation 0031-15, which is for the Navajo Nation Supreme Court judges to hold a Juris Doctor Degree. This legislation is sponsored by Delegate Dwight Witherspoon. L&O committee members support judges with more education, such as a law degree, but they […]

Efforts renewed to get disqualified presidential candidate back on Navajo Nation ballot; Creating Navajo Nation uranium advisory commission; Increasing qualifications for Navajo Nation judges while watering down presidential qualifications

Navajo Nation Council Delegate Leonard Tsosie continues his fight to get disqualified presidential candidate Chris Deschene back on the special presidential election ballot. Tsosie goes before the Navajo Council’s Law & Order Committee with legislation 0013-15: “An Action relating to Law and Order, NAABIK’IYATI’ and The Navajo Nation Council; Amending 11 N.N.C.§§2,4,8,42,145 and 824 regarding […]

Navajo language fluency legislation deferred due to conflict of interest

The Navajo Council’s Law & Order Committee is now on Legislation 0289-14, an Act relating to Law & Order, Naabik’iyati, and the Navajo Nation Council; amending Language fluency requirements of the election code at Title 11, section 8(A)(4) (Office of the President/Vice President), section 8(B)(8) (Office of Council Delegate), 8(D)(1)(f), section 8(D0(2)(c) (Land Board), and […]