I believe what you are asking is related to DWI charges? If that is correct then the answer to the general question is yes. Prior DWIs do not “expire” or become unusable after ten years. Assuming that the state can present proper evidence of the prior. There are also ways to collaterally...Read more »
People in N.M. immigrant. Illegal alien. Difference? 3 to 6 months living in N.M. through income support. Immigrant has to become a U.S. citizen within two years. I'm a dumb deadbeat dad and a meth user. Why have they allowed violent law enforcement to be paid millions of dollars to protect violent... Read more »
Hello. If you only have social security income and your assets are exempt under the new mexico state exemption laws you may not even need to file bankruptcy. Your social security income may not be garnished by creditor and if your assets are exempt those cannot be taken either. Your creditors may...Read more »
Possession of a Controlled Substance (Meth), pursuant to NMSA 1978, Section 30-31-23 (A) and (E) is a fourth degree felony. A fourth degree felony is punishable by a maximum of eighteen months in prison and/or $5,000.00 fine. However, a person facing this charge MAY qualify for twelve month...Read more »
My wife and I were both walking into Sam’s and a lady was texting and hit myself and wife. I was tapped by the car but my wife was hit with more force and thrown. My wife was taken to the hospital, the driver gave a statement and was allowed to leave. I haven’t seen the report yet so I don’t... Read more »
I hope the two of you are okay and that your wife is recovering from being thrown by the car. If she is contemplating a claim, your wife should speak with an attorney without delay. Most attorneys who handle these types of cases offer free initial consults. Obtain the police report and find out if...Read more »
It must be filed in the state in which the decedent was domiciled, regardless of where his heirs are. Additional probate cases, called ancillary probates, must be filed in the states in which the decedent owned property. Proper estate planning can avoid this madness.
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