6332 31st Ave NE, Suite B
Tulalip, WA 98271
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Tribal Court

Tulalip Tribes Tribal Court

Tulalip Tribal Court has moved: The Tulalip Tribal Justice Campus’ new address is 6332 31st Avenue NE,
Suite B, Tulalip, WA 98271. If you have any questions, please call the Tribal Court Mainline at 360-716-4773.

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.

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, Ron J. Whitener
  • Judge Remy Stephanson Leonard
  • Judge Leona Colegrove
  • Judge Janine B. VanDusen

Tribal Court Staff:

  • Interim Court Director, Alicia Horne
  • Court Financial Coordinator, Annie Moses
  • Interim Court Administrator, Dawn Sallee
  • Wellness Court Coordinator, Hilary Sotomish
  • Administrative Assistant, Stephanie Cultee

Court Specialists:

  • Te’Ann Craig
  • Alicia Budd
  • Katie Curless
  • Angela McDonald
  • Michelle Cortez
  • Andrea Addison

Community Supervision Office Staff:

  • Officer, Rick Bomar
  • Pre-Trial Services Officer, Thomas Goepfert

What Do I Do If I Don't Have an Attorney?

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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 2017 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