Source: (2005) In Wanda D. McCaslin, ed., Justice as Healing: Indigenous Ways. Writings on Community Peacemaking and Restorative Justice from the Native Law Centre. St. Paul, MN: Living Justice Press. Pp. 347-348.

It is hoped that by incorporatingthe Cree language into the court, this system of "justice" will seen less foreign to Aboriginal Peoples. Using the traditional language during the process makes justice more accessible, as the court can explain matters using more specific terms. The Cree Court, as it is known, consists of Cree speaker Judge Morin in addition to a Cree-speaking prosecuter, legal aid lawyer, and two clerck-translators