The Muscogee Creek tribe has a unique Constitution, code, and court system. Wagner and Lynch are licensed and have a history of practice in the Muscogee Creek nation.
After the decision in McGIRT v. OKLAHOMA, many attorneys began a tribal practice. Wagner and Lynch were already there. We have extensive practice history and knowledge in most areas of tribal law including felony, misdemeanors (including DUI), juvenile deprivation, juvenile delinquent, divorce, adoption, guardianship, and civil cases. Additionally, we have done appellate and Constitutional work in tribal courts.
We are passionate about defending the rights of tribal members from ALL government overreach. We also know that every family and civil case matters, no matter how large or small the issue. Having an attorney with experience and knowledge of the tribal code is VITAL to your success in court.
Reach out to Wagner & Lynch today for a consultation. We’ll uphold your rights and guide you through Muscogee Creek Nation legal matters toward a positive resolution. Take the first step now!
The Muscogee Creek Nation (MNC) descends from the historic Muscogee Confederacy, a large group of Indians that inhabited the Southeastern Woodlands. The MNC is the largest of the Muscogee Tribes and came to Oklahoma by way of the Trail of Tears. The physical boundaries of the Muscogee Creek Nation include the whole or parts of the following counties in Oklahoma: Creek, Hughes, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Mayes, McIntosh, Muskogee, Rogers, Seminole, Tulsa, Wagoner. The tribal court is located on the tribal complex grounds in Okmulgee. If you are a member of a recognized Indian Tribe and have been charged with a crime in any of these counties, you should consult with Wagner and Lynch to determine if your case should be in the Muscogee Creek Nation Tribal Court. You can look at an accurate and interactive map of the boundaries of the Choctaw Nation here.
The Muscogee Creek Nation has a portal that allows you to look up dockets, and search cases by name here.