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Topic - Sheri Freemont
And that's especially good news for victims of domestic violence, said Sheri Freemont, director of the Family Advocacy Center on the Salt River Pima Maricopa reservation in Arizona, AP reports.
"For a tribal nation, it's just absurd that [authority to prosecute criminals] doesn't exist," Ms. Freemont said, in the AP report. "People choose to either work, live or play in Indian Country. I think they should be subject to Indian Country rules."