You should probably retain qualified counsel experienced in custody disputes. Any decision the Court makes regarding time sharing at this point may be binding unless there is a material change in circumstances in the future. You will have a much better chance of protecting your child's interests...Read more »
A New Mexico attorney could best address your question, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, it's really in your hands. If you do attempt to help neighbor, that's nice of you and I hope nothing happens to you in the course of the work. But if you did injure yourself, the...Read more »
We have her insurance info and filed a claim. Our insurance paid our vehicle off and offered us an extra almost $4500 (This does not replace the vehicle). We are still waiting, 6 days now for police report. We have lost work time, scared kids, no vehicle, and anguish to know end. We want to go... Read more »
I am so sorry to hear of your recent crash which was caused by a drunk driver. DWI's continue to be a real problem in our state. You can bring a personal injury claim against the driver and insurance company for all injuries suffered by you and your family. Each of you have an individual claim....Read more »
You will need to sit down and talk with an attorney to review, assess and advise on any specific case. He/she would need to review the specifics of the plea agreement that placed the person on probation as well as the specifics of any new allegations. The attorney would also need to know the...Read more »
It would be best if a New Mexico attorney advised here, but you await an answer for two weeks, and there are certain things you need to do without delay. In most jurisdictions, the owner, as well as the operator, can be sued. Hopefully, your insurance will cover the loss. From the serious damage...Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about that. You've got a pretty complicated issue you may be better off going directly to an attorney and having a private consult with them. I'm not sure you're going to get useful answers to your situation in a forum such as this.
I'm sorry for the loss of your mother, and that your question remains open for four weeks. Maybe you could repost under Criminal Law, or directly contact a criminal law attorney you find on this site or through your independent search. You're correct in that this is a constitutional law issue, but...Read more »
I do not believe there is a way to answer your question without actually reviewed your specific order. In general, a pretrial order establishes deadlines for discovery, motions, interviews (if in state court), plea deadlines and other deadlines in preparation for moving the case towards trial....Read more »
It's possible you could. You would be best off discussing this with an attorney in New Mexico, but your post remains open for a week. As a general matter, this arises in contribution or indemnity settings, and the party you implead becomes a third-party defendant. This is covered in Rule 14 of the...Read more »
orking at the New Mexico State Veterans Home in Truth or Consequences and was attacked by a resident. I suffered a concussion and later found out I have psuedo seizures with PTSD. The incident occurred on August 23, 2018. I live in Meridian, MS and a attorney here has advised me to get an attorney... Read more »
If you are interested in suing under the NM Tort Claims Act, you need to “get moving” on this claim immediately. Unfortunately, the mandatory time period within which you must file a claim may have already passed; under N.M.S.A. 41-4-16 you...Read more »
My court is coming up February 2020, if convicted and have 48 hours mandatory jail time do I get credit for time served, or is there a way to not get jail time just probation,I have no criminal record and have started alcohol counseling
It will depend entirely on the nature of your detention and the facts of your case. Were the 24 hours that you "stayed" in jail in anticipation of your arraignment? In which court is your case set? (i.e. "Metro Court" in Albuquerque?). Have you contacted an attorney? These answer to these...Read more »
NM Gross Receipts Tax is a unique tax in that anyone who sells a good or service in New Mexico owes it. It’s similar to a “sales tax” but is only levied on the seller and not the buyer. While there are a few exceptions, unless you qualify for one of them and timely file an NTTC, you are...Read more »
I’m not entirely sure what you’re asking. The “homestead exemption” in New Mexico offers protection when debts are being collected from an individual...creditors are unable to force someone from their home to pay a debt (up to $60,000 is protected from creditors in these situations, see...Read more »
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