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Case law is the law established by judicial decision.
The judicial branch of government interprets the meaning of laws, applies laws to individual cases, and decides if laws violate the Constitution.
New Mexico Appellate Reports
Publication of New Mexico appellate opinions since 2012.
New Mexico Reports
Publication of New Mexico appellate opinions from 1852-2012.
New Mexico Digest
Subject index to New Mexico appellate opinions. Also available through Westlaw.
New Mexico OneSource of Law
Officially published versions of NM Statutes Annotated, historical NMSA, annotated NM Court Rules, a library of NM court forms, and decisions form the NM Supreme Court and NM Court of Appeals. Also includes NM Attorney General opinions and advisory letters, and NM session laws.
About the New Mexico Courts
Descriptions of the New Mexico state courts, including types of cases heard, geographic region served, whether they hold jury trials, and number of judges.
New Mexico District and Magistrate Court Case Lookup
A searchable database of cases heard in New Mexico District , Magistrate and Municipal Court. Date ranges of data vary by court. District and Magistrate Court case files must be requested from the court clerk's office.
Find A Court
Links to all of the New Mexico state court websites, plus their addresses and contact information.
New Mexico Bar Bulletin
The official publication of the State Bar of New Mexico publishes the complete text of advance opinions issued each week by the New Mexico Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals, and more.
New Mexico Judiciary
Homepage of the NM judiciary
Table of New Mexico Cases by Citation
All New Mexico appellate cases listed by both New Mexico Reports citation and official vendor-neutral citation.
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