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What Is a Sex Crime Detective’s Job?

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Sex crimes are some of the most heinous crimes committed in the country. They are also a crime where it is easy for one person to be wrongfully accused and even convicted of something they did not do. While there… Read More

larceny

Can Larceny Charges Be Dropped?

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A larceny arrest can be a daunting and confusing time. You may wonder what your rights are, if you will be going to jail, or if there is a sliver of hope that the charges will be dropped. Unfortunately, there… Read More

drug trafficking

How Much Drugs Does It Take to Be Charged with Trafficking?

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Drug trafficking and drug dealing are often confused for one another. However, trafficking is a much more serious offense, while dealing (distributing) is not as severe. Both carry prison sentences, but one often involves the federal government and the potential… Read More

dui per se

What Does Driving under the Influence Per Se Mean?

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Every state has two types of DUIs, but the only time you find out that there are two is when you have been arrested for driving under the influence. First, you have the per se DUI and the second is… Read More

Criminal Defense 101

Criminal Defense 101: What is Duress?

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No one intends to find themselves on the wrong end of the law, but once they are, they are overwhelmed. Not only are you facing jail or prison time, but you have legal jargon thrown about that confuses you further…. Read More

Domestic Violence

How Domestic Violence Charges Get Dropped

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You are in a contentious situation with your ex, and during a heated argument, you push her. While you had no intentions of harming her, nor did you, she calls the police and reports domestic violence. She exaggerates the story,… Read More

Assault and battery

Can the Victim Drop Assault and Battery Charges?

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Assault and battery take on different meanings depending on where you live in the United States. In New Mexico, assault and battery are two separate offenses. Regardless, assault and battery are both very serious charges, and if you are accused… Read More

sexual abuse

Can a Sex Crime be Expunged?

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Having a criminal arrest or conviction on your record creates negative and unwanted consequences that could affect you the rest of your life. Even after you have served a sentence in prison, you find that the debt continues toward society…. Read More

drug trafficking

Understanding the Mandatory Minimums for Drug Trafficking in New Mexico

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You might have heard of mandatory minimums before, but unless you are arrested and facing a criminal conviction, you may not have done the work to find out what they are. Mandatory minimums are nothing to scoff at, and they… Read More

larceny and theft

What are the Possible Outcomes of a Larceny Arrest?

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It is illegal to steal in any state, and if you are arrested for stealing you could be charged with larceny. Larceny is a serious criminal offense that carries long-term consequences well beyond a prison sentence or even serving probation…. Read More

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