Records show former Gov. Martinez granted just three pardons during her eight years in office—and that she appears to have remained committed to her govern-as-prosecutor style till the end.
New Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s administration has until month’s end to decide on a $400K attorneys’ fees bill she inherited in the SFR v Susana Martinez case
If Santa Fe police believe you’re driving drunk, a potential heap of trouble is still headed your way—but, for now, that won’t include saying goodbye to your car.
Interpretation and enforcement of immigration laws change fast under President Trump and his “immigration hardliner” advisers.
New Mexico In Depth’s ongoing series about the ATF operation has spanned a year and a half and has raised questions about racial profiling and ATF’s tactics
Dem women oust GOP incumbent men from Court of Appeals
About Jeff Proctor
Jeff has written about the New Mexico criminal justice system since 2002. Now, he also edits news and cover stories and curses a lot.