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Welcome to The Judicial Branch of New Mexico

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The Mission of the New Mexico Judiciary is to protect the rights and liberties of the people of New Mexico guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the State of New Mexico and the United States; to resolve legal disputes fairly; and to ensure access to justice for all.

Adult Guardianship

State law and court rules impose new requirements in guardianship and conservatorship cases beginning on July 1, 2018. New forms must be used by guardians and conservators when submitting a report, inventory, and proof of bonding. The new law and rules also affect who must be given notice, access to court records and hearings throughout a case.

New! Online Dispute Resolution

Online Dispute Resolution is a new, easy-to-use service for resolving debt and money due lawsuits. The online system offers a convenient alternative to appearing in court by allowing parties to negotiate through private online messages from any location with internet access.
Watch ODR Introductory Video featuring
Chief Justice Judith K. Nakamura

NEW! Criminal E-Filing

Electronic Filing and Service Available for Criminal Cases Starting October 1st, 2019, electronic filing for all District courts will be available through the same File and Serve system used for Civil, Family and Probate eFiling. Electronic filing for Criminal cases is only available for subsequent filings. Electronic filing and service will be available for Criminal cases at no charge. For more information, please see Rule 5-103.2. If you already have a File & Serve account, you can use your existing account. If you are new to the File and Serve system, please go to the Getting Started section below and follow the instructions.

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