It is the second time I been raided and they found nothing at all
We felt like we were discriminated against and wrongfully accused.
answered on Sep 25, 2022
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If the virtual environment is in the setting of a video game or something similar that the players are engaged in voluntarily, that would probably not be illegal. If the virtual environment is in the form of... Read more »
answered on Dec 13, 2021
A New Mexico employment law attorney might be able to advise best here, but your question remains open for four weeks. You could repost and add "Employment Law" as a category. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up. If still no response, you could reach out to NM employment law... Read more »
I am charged with trafficking it is my first offense
Also will my insurance cover damages?
answered on Sep 25, 2020
A New Mexico attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a GENERAL premise, such situations could be characterized as negligent entrustment of a motor vehicle - every jurisdiction doesn't use the exact same term. Loosely speaking, the victim would need to... Read more »
I have 4 different licensed contractors say it doesn't need to be demolished. I had 2 licensed contractor try to pull a permit and was denied. I just want to remodel this home and live in it. I go to court tomorrow, on city wanting to dismiss it. My hearing is set for April 9th, if it's... Read more »
answered on Apr 12, 2020
If you had your April 9th hearing already, it could be a moot point, but attorneys might be apprehensive about charging for services where they have difficulty in predicting an outcome. You could keep trying. Another issue is that the health crisis has paralyzed court operations and professional... Read more »
I legally bought a rifle and shotgun in 1978; in 2009 I was convicted of nonviolent felony, sentenced to 8 months, completed sentence in May 2010;
May I legally have the firearms, in my home, in new Mexico? If not, is there a way to legally do so?
Keep in mind- rifles, not handguns,... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2020
No, you aren't legally allowed to own a firearm. See N.M. Stat. Ann. § 30-7-16.
This same statute defines a "felon" using the following language:
“[F]elon” means a person convicted of a felony offense by a court of the United States or of any state or... Read more »
I am seeking compensation against the manufacturers of hydrocodone for reimbursement for my family in paying for extended rehabilitation efforts following opiate addiction.
answered on Dec 12, 2019
Yes, there are lawyers taking these cases. You can contact any of us who practice in the area of personal injury, particularly those who advertise experience in class action or pharmaceutical litigation.
This the first offense . I have done nothing.
answered on Oct 3, 2019
If you pled guilty or nolo contendre, then you accepted guilt. That means that DHS considers that you did it. You don’t have to
do a day in jail.
The next issue is the sentence and the criminal statute upon which you were convicted. Also, whether there are other issues that have... Read more »
It was at Goodwill I was just looking around after picking up brochures from the job room a lady seen that I needed a job and was very kind to me told me to go apply at so and so and I greatly appreciated it as I was walking out the store manager and another employee began to be rude and harassing... Read more »
answered on Aug 25, 2019
If suing, you expose your entire mental health history and medical records.
Truly, what are the monetary value of the damages?
cops came to my house (initialy to talk about daughter being pulled over at 4 am with adult male) knocked on door didnt announce they were police, after ? me and my bf about said incident they were going to leave but they said they smelled a foul oder which they believed to be weed. i called my... Read more »
answered on Jul 11, 2019
The very short answer is yes.
There are certainly triable issues and grounds to argue that the search warrant should never have been issued. Were the police acting within their duties when they originally attended? Where they lawfully within the dwelling when they observations (smelled the... Read more »
We had already filed a claim with our insurance and our car was already known to be reported stolen. These are his arrest charges:
Arrest Date: 02/13/2018
Arrest Time: 21:00
Statute: 30-22-1.1... Read more »
answered on Feb 14, 2018
You can sue him but you'd likely never see the money. Thieves usually don't have much.
See if you can get an order of restitution from the criminal charges--contact the DA's victim assistance coordinator.
going to hire me because he works there also. Pretty much he doesn't hire couples. But, the same guy hired a husband and wife couple, they work the same shifts. He also hired a BF/GF couple. Now, both of those couples are Indonesian. The owner himself is Chinese. I am Native as is my partner.... Read more »
answered on Mar 6, 2018
In certain situations, New Mexico Human Rights Act ("NMHRA"), NMSA § 28-1-1 et seq., requires an employer to consider an applicant for a position regardless of "spousal affiliation" or sexual orientation. In addition, if the employer retains some employees and terminates... Read more »
Feel my manager is attacking me after I went to upper management about scheduling. Caused me to be out of work for 3 weeks
answered on Mar 6, 2018
A number of statutes prohibit public and privates employers from retaliating against employees for making certain types of internal complaints. Two statutes commonly involved with such claims are the New Mexico Human Rights Act (“NMHRA”), NMSA § 28-1-1 et seq. and the New Mexico Whistleblower... Read more »
it took them 5 days to get me to arraignment then the judge set my bond at 5000 cash or assurity which i made bail and bonded out of a facility i was never booked in to. can i file charges against the facility for kidnapping and violating my due process rights?
answered on Mar 31, 2017
Not kidnapping but possible civil rights. Contact the NMex Civil Liberties Union. Ask for one of their "cooperating attorneys" who handles "police misconduct" situations.
If a trailer were to flip and I were to go to retrieve my personal valuables and halted by officers could I use the law as my defense to procure my items?
answered on Sep 18, 2016
You would want to ask that they allow you to get personal items. They can't impound unless they believe a crime was committed or if the crash resulted in a fatality or similar. If you aren't the owner of the trailer or driver, then there's the problem.
I use the notes of decision and the committee commentaries for each New Mexico statute and rules annotated to compare case laws already decided by the New Mexico courts to formulate and support my arguments however I can't find them online with the case laws that I search for please give me... Read more »
answered on Sep 24, 2016
I am confused by your question. If you are a lawyer or paralegal, you would already know how to do legal research, and would not be asking the question. If you are a pro se litigant, you can find a great deal of information right here at Justia (and some other sites, as well). You mention... Read more »
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