The judicial power of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe is vested in the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Court System which shall provide quality, effective and efficient judicial services to tribal members and non-members within the jurisdiction of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe: such judicial authority and jurisdiction of the Rosebud Sioux Tribal Court shall extend to all cases arising under the Constitution, Ordinances, Regulations, Customs, and Traditions of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and shall be exercised to the fullest extent of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe's inherent powers as a sovereign nation.
Louis Moran-Court Administrator
Sherman Marshall-Chief Judge
Janel Sully-Juvenile Judge
Rikki Spotted Tail-Clerk of Courts
Lloyd Guy-Tribal Prosecutor
Andrea Emery-Tribal Public Defender
Harley Sazue-Juvenile Court Services Officer
Steve Horse Looking-Juvenile Court Services Officer
Linda Kills In Sight-Wellness Court Services Officer
RST Children's Court
Rosebud SD 57570
(605) 856-5264 Phone
A first time Juvenile Offender can enter the First Offender program which consists of 6 mandatory weekly meetings to address key topics related to delinquency and prevention. The Rosebud Sioux Tribe Alcohol Program (605) 747-2342 administers the First Offender Program.
Our clinical philosophy stresses the importance of gaining knowledge and insight in order to make positive and responsible choices. Education, individual counseling, cultural group and family therapy help people to reduce their defenses and begin to heal and change. Treatment helps people recognize and deal with their addiction to alcohol and drugs.
The effects of substance abuse impacts the whole family. We believe it is important toview the family as a whole and to offer each youth individual group counseling and support sessions for the family. The goal of the Youth Wellness Court is to eliminate the problem of alcohol, drug abuse and delinquency for each youth and family. Our program provides education,tools and experience necessary for each group member to make responsible choices, stop substance abuse and become a healthy member of the community.
Wellness court services: Screening,Assesment/treatment plan, After-school preventive education, individual and group counseling, Urine analysis, Monitor School Attendance, Cultural activities and mentoring, Referrals to inpatient treatment and other programs, graduated incentives/sanctions, expungement of criminal record after successfulcompletion of the program, Parent sessions.
Wellness court goals: To know yourself and your strengths and gifts, to understand your alcohol and drug use, to communicateyour feelings, to learn how to live in recovery, to become familiar with your re-lapse "triggers.", to identify your support system in the community.
Wellness court eligibility: Youth ages 10-17charged with two or more substance abuse related, non-violent offences andfamilies of those youth accepted into the program.
Wellness court partners: RST Alcohol treatment program, RST Piyamani Otipi, RST Tribal Education, RST Wanbli Wiconi Tipi,Sicangu Child and Family Services, B.I.A. Social Services, I.H.S. MentalHealth, Sinte Gleska University Reclaiming Futures, CommunityVolunteers/Mentors and Extended Families.
Standard Conditions of Release
___Minor will be on house arrest to _____________________.
___Minor must appear at all hearings.
___Minor is prohibited from using or consuming ANY forms ofintoxicants.
___Minor will NOT violate ANY laws of the Rosebud SiouxTribe.
___Minor will maintain good standing in school; Followrules, have good attendance and grades.
___Minor is prohibited from having ANY contact with victimor from intimidating, threatening or abusing the victim.
___Minor will not be involved in gang activity.
___Minor will obey household rules.
___Minor will have curfew at 10 pm.
___Minor will not operate a vehicle.
___Minor will attend Wellness Court/AA Meetings/RelapseProgram.