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What and When Must Prosecutors Disclose Evidence?

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Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyers Fighting Criminal Charges across New Mexico You might be arrested for a criminal act. You could be in jail awaiting your trail. However, you have various rights given to you by the United States Constitution –… Read More

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Understanding the True Consequences of Arson

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Experienced Legal Defense for Arson Charges in New Mexico Arson used to be a crime that prevented a person from burning another’s home, nearby property, or dwelling. However, the laws over the years have evolved in New Mexico to include… Read More

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Are Ponzi Schemes Illegal?

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New Mexico Criminal Defense Attorneys Defending White Collar Crime Charges New Mexico made headlines a few years ago when the Vaughan Ponzi scheme was revealed. The plan resulted in millions of settlements for restitution and 278 victims of the real… Read More

Is Larceny a Felony in New Mexico?

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Experienced Defense Lawyers Fighting Theft and Larceny Charges throughout New Mexico The term “larceny” in the New Mexico criminal statutes refers to a variety of theft crimes. Larceny is an illegal act where one steals anything of value that belongs… Read More

Criminal Trespassing

Criminal Trespassing Laws in NM Everyone Should Know

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Criminal Defense Attorneys Fighting Criminal Trespassing Charges throughout New Mexico While the act of trespassing is easily understood, many people commit the crime without realizing it. New Mexico has several laws regarding criminal trespassing; therefore, it is important that you… Read More

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Do Juveniles Have the Right to a Trial by Jury?

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Criminal Defense Attorneys Fighting for Juveniles in New Mexico Juvenile cases do not operate the same as adult cases in court. In fact, the right to a trial by jury, per the United States Constitution, only belongs to adults. Established… Read More

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Requirements that Police Must Follow to Execute a Search Warrant

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Search Warrant Requirements in New Mexico and how they can Affect Your Criminal Case Even with a search warrant, law enforcement still has limitations. To understand those limitations, you must first know what a search warrant is, how law enforcement… Read More

background checks

Would Pending Criminal Charges Show on Background Checks?

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Criminal Charges can Affect Your Employment in New Mexico – You need A Criminal Defense Attorney to Help You! In today’s struggling economy, it is hard for even the perfect citizen to find a job. If you have made your… Read More

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How is the Venue Selected in a Criminal Trial?

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Criminal Defendant’s Request for Change of Venue to Ensure Fair Trials in the New Mexico Court System Numerous terms are tossed about during a criminal case – one you might hear is that of “venue.” When your criminal case is… Read More

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When Does Possession Become an Intent to Sell?

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Criminal Defense Lawyers Fighting Intent to Sell Charges in New Mexico Courts Sometimes, possession is just possession. There are other instances where the prosecution might turn possession charges into an intent to sell or distribute charge. In this scenario, you… Read More

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