At least in Las Vegas, you will have all the rights you are entitled too. The woman in this story followed all tribal ordinances in her suit and the tribe then says, "nope" and doesn't pay. Pechanga has BEATEN one of their customers, Richard Swan we wrote about it HERE. The Press Enterprise wouldn't write about it and the D.A. Rod Pacheco wouldn't press charges.
Better to go to Las Vegas, the slots are looser and there's more to see.
Woman injured at casino stuck in legal quagmire
By Onell R. Soto, UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
Sunday, February 14, 2010 at 12:02 a.m.
During a visit to Sycuan Casino five years ago, Sarah Harris walked into a restroom altercation that she says changed her life.
Now, after what feels like countless hearings on the Indian reservation and in federal court, the 75-year-old former diesel engine mechanic still doesn’t have the $160,000 an arbitrator says she’s due.
Although tribal law says arbitration awards are to be enforced in federal court, the tribe has convinced a federal judge that he has no jurisdiction over the case.
Harris’ lawyer said this is more than frustrating.
“Why prepare an ordinance that says you can go to the federal court and when you get to the federal court, they say there’s no jurisdiction?” attorney John Crawford said. “They’re shooting out of both sides of their mouth
OP: Avoid Sycuan