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Arizona Supreme Court limits right of tribes to intercede in adoption cases

Tribal government: Decision preserves tribes' rights to ask for court transfers in adoption cases

In a unanimous decision, the justices rejected arguments by the Gila River Indian Community that Arizona court must transfer such cases to tribal courts. Writing for the court Chief Justice Scott Bales said while such transfer is permissive, it is not a right.

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