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Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians Tribal Code.

3.02.130 Judicial Notice

The judge shall take judicial notice of the common law, statutes of every State constitutional guarantees, duly enacted ordinances and governmental regulations of every other tribe, and other jurisdiction of the United States of America. The judge may take judicial notice of:

(a) Specific facts which are so certain as not to be the subject of reasonable dispute, and

(b) Specific facts and propositions, which are common, every day knowledge in the particular jurisdiction, which everyone of average intelligence and knowledge of things about him can be presumed to know.

Facts entitled to judicial notice need not be pleaded or proved and the judge will direct the jury to find such fact.