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Mission
The Judiciary shall have the power to interpret and apply the Constitution and the laws of the Ho-Chunk Nation. CONSTITUTION OF THE HO-CHUNK NATION Art. VII, § 4.  The Trial Court has original jurisdiction over all cases and controversies, both criminal and civil.

Vision
To develop and maintain a stable, capable and professional workforce that will support the Nation’s Judiciary branch as it grows to address Constitutional responsibilities and the justice system needs of the Nation.

Contact Information

P.O. Box 70
W9598 Highway 54 East
Black River Falls, WI 54615

Telephone: (715) 284-2722
Tollfree: (800) 434-4070
Fax: (715) 284-3136

*The Court will only accept filings by fax with prior permission from the presiding Judge

CLERK OF COURT AND STAFF ARE NOT ALLOWED TO GIVE LEGAL ADVICE.

Legal questions should be directed to your attorney. You may be elgible for legal services from Wisconsin Judicare, who can be contacted at (715) 842-1681 or (800) 472-1638 – Toll Free

Traditional Court

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Roy Greengrass
Richard-Mann
Richard Mann
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Quentin Thundercloud
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Thomas Hopinkah
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Martin Littlewolf, Jr.
James-Greendeer
James Greendeer
Martin-Littlewolf-Jr.
Francis Decorah
Earl-Blackdeer
Earl Blackdeer
Dennis-Funmaker
Dennis Funmaker
Chief-Clayton-Winneshiek
Chief Clayton Winneshiek
Andrew-Thundercloud-III
Andrew Thundercloud III
Wade-Blackdeer
Wade Blackdeer

Trial Court

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Jo Deen B. Lowe

Chief Judge
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JoAnn Jones

Associate Judge 1
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Mary Jo B. Hunter

Associate Judge 2
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