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New Mexico Courts Case Lookup

This mobile application gives access to New Mexico Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, District Court, Magistrate Court and Municipal Court data. Municipal court data is limited to criminal Domestic Violence and DWI historic convictions from September 1, 1991 onwards.

District and Magistrate case information is updated every day. It is, therefore, current to within 24 hours of the time data is entered into a court's database. Cases filed prior to the completion of the statewide court automation project in June 1997, may exist in a separate database, depending on the individual court. If you are looking for cases filed prior to 1997 and do not find information on the web page, you should call the court directly.

If you have questions about the validity or accuracy of any data or if you have comments about the use of this web application or technical questions please E-mail them to [email protected]

Effective July 1, 2007 the New Mexico Judiciary will no longer display juvenile criminal cases on its Case Lookup Mobile Application. Effective July 1, 2008, the New Mexico Judiciary will no longer display Family Violence Protection Act Order of Protection cases on its Case Lookup Website. To access juvenile or order of protection information, please contact the court in which the case was filed. Contact information for all courts is available here.

To make a Magistrate/Metro Court credit card payment for fines and fees, please navigate to www.nmcourts.gov and click the Pay Fines/Fees link at the top of the page.

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The New Mexico Supreme Court is the State’s highest court and final court of review (court of last resort). In addition to reviewing decisions of lower courts, the Supreme Court, as the head of the Judicial Branch of Government, has general administrative and supervisory authority over all State courts and attorney regulation. The Court has authority to discipline attorneys and judges for professional misconduct and unethical behavior.

The Supreme Court has jurisdiction to hear direct appeals in criminal cases in which the trial court imposed a life sentence or the death penalty or granted a petition for writ of habeas corpus, in all cases from the Public Regulation Commission, and election challenges. In its discretion, the Court may issue writs of certiorari, mandamus, prohibition, and superintending control. After a case is accepted by the Court, the parties submit written briefs that put forth the legal arguments and citations of authority to support those arguments. The records, proceedings, and exhibits from the trial court are reviewed at the same time as the briefs. Some cases are submitted to the Court on oral argument and some are submitted only on the briefs.

The work of authoring opinions is divided evenly and randomly among the five Justices. After a case is submitted to the Court, the Court first discusses the case before the assigned author drafts an opinion that will be circulated among the other Justices. Adoption of an opinion, decision, or order requires the votes of three members of the Court. In certain cases, a member of the Court may decide to file a specially concurring opinion or a dissenting opinion. It is the majority opinion of the Court, however, that determines the law of the case.

Sours: https://www.nmcourts.gov/
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This mobile application gives access to New Mexico Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, District Court, Magistrate Court and Municipal Court data. Municipal court data is limited to criminal Domestic Violence and DWI historic convictions from September 1, 1991 onwards.

District and Magistrate case information is updated every day. It is, therefore, current to within 24 hours of the time data is entered into a court's database. Cases filed prior to the completion of the statewide court automation project in June 1997, may exist in a separate database, depending on the individual court. If you are looking for cases filed prior to 1997 and do not find information on the web page, you should call the court directly.

If you have questions about the validity or accuracy of any data or if you have comments about the use of this web application or technical questions please E-mail them to [email protected]

Effective July 1, 2007 the New Mexico Judiciary will no longer display juvenile criminal cases on its Case Lookup Mobile Application. Effective July 1, 2008, the New Mexico Judiciary will no longer display Family Violence Protection Act Order of Protection cases on its Case Lookup Website. To access juvenile or order of protection information, please contact the court in which the case was filed. Contact information for all courts is available here.

To make a Magistrate/Metro Court credit card payment for fines and fees, please navigate to www.nmcourts.gov and click the Pay Fines/Fees link at the top of the page.

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Seller
New Mexico Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts

Size
27.1 MB

Category
Reference

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 11.0 or later.

Age Rating
4+

Copyright
© 2020 New Mexico Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts

Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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Mobile app available for accessing NM court case information

A new mobile app provides convenient access to New Mexico court case information from portable electronic devices such as a cell phone or tablet.

The Case Lookup app will display summary information for civil and criminal cases, including scheduled hearings; the names of the parties, attorneys and presiding judge; a register of the actions that have taken place in the case; and the charges and their disposition in criminal cases.

“New Mexico Courts are committed to using innovative technology, like this software program, to improve public access to information about the judicial system,” said Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael E. Vigil.  

Users of the app can search for cases filed in state courts – district, magistrate and metropolitan courts as well as the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals – by the name of a party or the case number. A separate function permits searches of state and municipal court DWI cases by the name of the defendant.

The Judiciary has long allowed online access to court case summary information through its Case Lookup system on the New Mexico Courts website.

The new app provides a more convenient way to search for court cases using a cell phone or other mobile device. The app also offers functions not available on the website system, including a case history listing of cases recently viewed by the user and a text search capability to look for specific words in the summary information of a displayed case.

The Judicial Information Division (JID) of the Administrative Office of the Courts developed the New Mexico Courts Case Lookup app, which is available on the App Store for Apple iPhone and iPad devices and Google Play for Android mobile devices.

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