Article VIII-PRIVILEGES, DUTIES, AND POWERS OF THE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

ARTICLE VlIl-PRIVILEGES, DUTIES AND POWERS
OF THE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
SECTION I. The Judicial Department shall have Jurisdiction to decide disputes on issues arising under any provision of this constitution or any legislation enacted by the Modoc Tribal Council and/or the Modoc Elected Council and such other Jurisdiction as may be conferred upon it by the Modoc Tribal Council.
SECTION 2. Rules of procedure for the judicial Department shall be prescribed by the Judicial Department within sixty (60) days of its member taking office and shall insure that citizens receive due process of law and a prompt and speedy trial. Those procedures shall be presented to the Modoc Elected Council which must act on those procedures within sixty (60) days after such presentation, otherwise, the procedures will become effective.
SECTION 3. Decisions of the Judicial Department shall be final.