The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Friday that prosecutors can obtain a person’s banking records using a warrantless grand jury subpoena without violating the individual’s right to privacy under the New Mexico Constitution.
Lawmakers reaffirm that New Mexico’s rivers, streams, and lakes belong to the public WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) issued the following statement in support of New Mexicans’ right under the state constitution to access public surface waters: “The New Mexico Constitution ensures that rivers, streams, and lakes in New Mexico ‘belong to the public’. And, for […]
New Mexico Supreme Court Reaches Decision: Energy Transition Act Does Apply To Closure Of San Juan Generating Plant
SANTA FE, NM — The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Energy Transition Act (passed and signed into law in 2019), must be applied by the PRC to the San Juan Generating Station abandonment proceedings. In response, the bill’s sponsors issued the following statements: “The Energy Transition Act is the law of […]
Supreme Court Abolishes Prohibition Against Court Testimony About Private Conversations Between A Husband And Wife
SANTA FE – The state Supreme Court has abolished a prohibition against spouses testifying in court cases about what their husband or wife told them in private conversations during their marriage.