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Published on May 12, 2017
This video explains the obligations of law enforcement officers in California under both federal and state law to recognize and enforce tribal court domestic violence restraining orders. These orders do not need to be registered with the state court or locatable in law enforcement data bases. If the orders are valid on their face they must be enforced.