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Tenth Judicial District Court

Tribunal del Décimo Distrito Judicial

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Quay County Courthouse

A picture of the front of the Quay County Courthouse
The Tenth Judicial District is the smallest District Court in the State. It has only one District Judge that travels to two outlying counties. It is a court of general jurisdiction with the District Judge hearing all case types. The Tenth Judicial District Court’s top priority is to provide core court services to its community in a timely and efficient manner. The employees of the court serve the people of the community with great pride and respect. Learn More

De Baca County Courthouse

A picture of the front of the De Baca County Courthouse
The Tenth Judicial District is the smallest District Court in the State. It has only one District Judge that travels to two outlying counties. It is a court of general jurisdiction with the District Judge hearing all case types. The Tenth Judicial District Court’s top priority is to provide core court services to its community in a timely and efficient manner. The employees of the court serve the people of the community with great pride and respect. Learn More

Harding County Courthouse

A picture of the front of the Harding County Courthouse
The Tenth Judicial District is the smallest District Court in the State. It has only one District Judge that travels to two outlying counties. It is a court of general jurisdiction with the District Judge hearing all case types. The Tenth Judicial District Court’s top priority is to provide core court services to its community in a timely and efficient manner. The employees of the court serve the people of the community with great pride and respect. Learn More

PROTECTIVE FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED IN NM COURTHOUSES

Effective immediately, any person entering a New Mexico courthouse or judicial building must wear a mask or other protective face covering to help control the spread of COVID-19.  

“State health officials have made it abundantly clear that if each of us wears a mask in public we can help slow the spread of COVID-19 and save lives,” said Chief Justice Judith K. Nakamura. “Our courts provide essential services to the public so we continue to take all steps necessary to safeguard the health and well-being of people who work in or need to visit a courthouse.

Listed below is the email address for attorneys and self represented litigants(SRLs)  to submit filings to the district and magistrate courts during the COVID-19 restrictions. Thank you.

tenthjdcpublic-grp@nmcourts.gov