Tulalip Press Release: Pilot Project Allows Tribal Prosecution of Non-Indian Abusers for the First Time in More than Three Decades
Vision: The Tulalip Tribal Court supports the Tribes' vision, "together we create a healthy and culturally vibrant community," in its practice of judicial excellence.
Mission: To professionally, effectively and fairly administer justice to the Tulalip community as an essential sign of sovereignty.
Departmental Functions: Ensure access to justice; ensure due process; administer timely case flow management; file, prepare and process new filings and court orders; record all court proceedings; maintain jury pool; process and track fine payments; prepare court docket; and provide public information.
- Chief Judge Theresa Pouley
- Associate Judge Ron Whitener
Tribal Court Staff:
- Court Director: Wendy A. Church
- Court Clerk Administrator: Annie M. Moses
- Deputy Court Clerk: Janine Van Dusen, Esq.
- Court Clerks:
- Anthony Craig
- Wesley Monger
- Talisa Sotelo
- Court Intake Clerk: Kali Johnson
- Probation Office:
- Jim Furchert
- Tashena Hill
- Mika Jira
What Do I Do If I Don't Have an Attorney?
If you don't have an attorney, please visit the attorney
section. Depending on the type of case you are in Court for the following options may help you:
Download the 2014 Tulalip Law & Justice Brochure The Brochure provides information on the various law and order programs and services on the Reservation. Visit Tulalip Justice History for more documents about Tribal Court