Criminal Areas

DWI Alcohol

This refers to Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) offenses involving alcohol, where a person operates a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, exceeding the legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit.

Vehicle Crimes

These are offenses related to the unlawful use or operation of vehicles, including reckless driving, hit-and-run accidents, and vehicular manslaughter.

Drug Precursor

This refers to offenses related to the possession, manufacturing, or distribution of chemicals or substances used in the production of illegal drugs.

Harrassment/Stalking/ Disorderly Conduct

These offenses involve unwanted or threatening behavior towards another individual, including harassment, stalking, or engaging in disorderly conduct in public places.

DWI Cannabis

Similar to DWI Alcohol, this involves driving under the influence of cannabis or marijuana, which impairs a person's ability to safely operate a vehicle. New Mexico does not enforce a per se THC ng/ml which is a trial advantage for our case

Sex Crimes

These are offenses of a sexual nature, including rape, sexual assault, child molestation, indecent exposure, and possession or distribution of child pornography.


This encompasses a range of offenses involving the unlawful taking of another person's property, including shoplifting, burglary, robbery, and embezzlement.

Malicious Mischief/Criminal Trespass

This encompasses offenses involving property damage, vandalism, or unauthorized entry onto another person's property.

DWI Controlled Substance

This pertains to driving under the influence of controlled substances such as illegal drugs or prescription medications, which can impair a person's judgment and motor skills. Sometimes medications our doctors prescribe to us can have major effects based on other factors that cause detriment to our driving.

Computer Crimes

Also known as cybercrimes, these offenses involve illegal activities committed using computers or the internet, such as hacking, identity theft, online fraud, and cyberbullying.

Assault and Battery

Assault involves the threat of physical harm or unwanted physical contact, while battery involves the actual physical contact and harm inflicted upon another person.

Weapons Charges

These are offenses related to the unlawful possession, use, or carrying of firearms or other dangerous weapons, as well as offenses involving the illegal sale or distribution of weapons.