To help law enforcement officials and prosecutors create cases against criminals and violators of the law, they will often ask defendants and victims to use “people” as their pronouns. One question that often arises in using this simple device is the significance behind the word “people” about the United States Constitution and the Tribal ordinances authorizing local enforcement of tribal law. The meaning of the word people is that the enrolled population constitutes the core constituents of the United States of America. And the word indigenous is used to denote people of a specific culture or ethnic group, such as the African-American, Hispanic, Asian, or American Indian populations.