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Case Won: What to Do If Your Civil Judgment Goes Unpaid

When you choose to get involved in a lawsuit, you typically expect to win monetary compensation from the party that has wronged you. If you win the lawsuit, the next logical step is that the losing party pays you by order of the court. However, in some instances, the losing party in the case does […]

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Being Charged With Domestic Violence In New Mexico

If you are arrested for charges related to domestic violence, you may feel intimidated. Of course, dealing with the legal system is never a walk in the park. The difficult road ahead of you is one reason why you might consider hiring an attorney to combat the charges. Each state has its own guidelines for […]

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5 Ways You Can Defend Against Deportation in New Mexico

Deportation can suddenly become a real and present possibility for many undocumented immigrants and other non-US citizens in New Mexico. Defense against deportation is possible, but rarely easy. Defenses can vary widely depending on many circumstances. Here are some of the defenses of deportation that may work for you or your loved one facing removal in New […]

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Options When Your Fiancé Visa Application Is Rejected

The process of applying for a K-1 fiancé visa can be complicated, and many seemingly qualified couples have their applications denied all the time. A rejection can be confusing and upsetting, but you and your fiancé still have options. Here are the next steps you should take after your K-1 visa application is rejected. Determine […]

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3 Defenses to a Criminal Battery Charge

Being charged with criminal battery in the state of New Mexico is a scary situation, and the negative consequences of such a charge can mean major problems for you. You could face everything from hefty fines to jail time. According to 2006 New Mexico Statutes – Section 30-3-4 – Battery, “Battery is the unlawful, intentional […]

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