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STATUTORY REFERENCES FOR NEW MEXICO MUNICIPALITIES

   The statutory references listed below refer the code user to state statutes applicable to New Mexico municipalities. They are up to date through July, 2008.

General Provisions

   Municipal corporations
   New Mexico Const. Art. X

   Incorporation
   NMSA 1978 Arts. 3-2-3-4

   Home rule
   NMSA Const. Art. X § 6

   Municipal charters
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-15

   Annexation
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-7

   Ordinances
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-17

   Ordinance violation procedures
   NMSA 1978 Art. 35-15

   Penalties for ordinance violations
   NMSA 1978 § 3-17-1

   Elections
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-8

   Absentee voting
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-9

Administration and Personnel

   Eminent domain
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-10

   Combined municipal organizations
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-16

   Powers of municipalities
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-18

   Confinement of offenders
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-20

   Adoption of codes
   NMSA 1978 § 3-17-6

   Mayor-council form of government
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-11

   Commission-nianagei' form of government
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-14

   Governing body
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-12

   Municipal officers generally
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-10

   Clerk, police officer, manager
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-13

   Open meetings
   NMSA 1978 Art. 10-15

   Ordinances
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-17

   Public records
   NMSA 1978 Ch. 14

   Planning commission and master plans
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-19

   Municipal courts
   NMSA 1978 Art. 35-14

   Libraries
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-14

   Park commission
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-47

   Municipal employees retirement system
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-28

   Fire department
   NMSA 1978 §§ 3-18-11-3-18-11.1

   Methods of insurance
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-62

   Revenue and Finance

   Municipal finances
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-37

   Municipal indebtedness
   N.M. Const. Art. IX; NMSA Art. 3-30

   Revenue bonds
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-31

   Industrial Revenue Bond Act
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-32

   Improvement districts
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-33

   Street improvement fund
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-34

   Sale or lease of property
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-54

   Municipal liens
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-36

   Small cities assistance fund
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-37A

   Prohibition on municipal taxing power
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-2

   Lodgers Tax Act
   NMSA 1978 §§ 3-38-13-3-38-24

   Municipal gross receipts tax
   NMSA 1978 Art. 7-19

   Municipal local option gross receipts tax
   NMSA 1978 Art. 7-19D

   County and Municipal Gasoline Tax Act
   NMSA 1978 Art. 7-24A

   Liquor license taxes
   NMSA 1978 Art. 7-24

   Business Licenses and Regulations

   License fees and taxes
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-38

   Municipal Cable Television Act
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-23A

   Gasoline sales
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-31

   Secondhand dealers and junk stores
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-24

   Liquor license taxes
   NMSA 1978 Art. 7-24

   Markets and market places
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-16

Animals

   Power to regulate animals
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-3

   Health and Safety

   Health; control of disease
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-43

   Hospitals
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-44

   Ambulance service
   NMSA 1978 Art. 5-1

   Refuse collection and disposal
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-48

   Flood control
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-41

   Nuisances
   NMSA 1978 §§ 3-18-13 and 3-18-17

   Food and merchandise
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-12

   Fire prevention
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-11

   Fireworks
   NMSA 1978 Art. 60-2C

   Public Peace, Morals and Welfare

   Police ordinances
   NMSA 1978 § 3-17-1

   New Mexico criminal code
   NMSA 1978 Ch. 30

   Disorderly conduct
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-17

   Gambling
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-17

   Public intoxication
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-17

   Riots
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-17

Vehicles and Traffic

   New Mexico vehicle code
   NMSA 1978 Ch. 66

   Adoption of traffic code
   NMSA 1978 § 3-17-6

   Powers of local authorities
   NMSA 1978 §§ 66-7-8, 66-7-9, 66-7-215

   Drunk driving penalty
   NMSA § 3-17-1(C)(2)

   Parking
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-30 and Art. 3-50

   Toll bridges
   NMSA § 3-18-26

   Streets, Sidewalks and Public Places

   Streets, sidewalks and public grounds
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-49

   Parks and recreation
   NMSA 1978 §§ 3-18-18, 3-18-19

   Trees and shrubs
   NMSA 1978 §§ 3-18-27

   Improvement districts
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-33

Public Services

   Municipal airports
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-39

   Municipal cemeteries
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-8 and Art. 3-40

   Public utility franchises
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-42

   Public utilities generally
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-23

   Electric utilities
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-24

   Cable television
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-23A

   Gas utilities
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-25

   Water facilities
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-25 and Art. 3-27

   Sewage facilities
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-25 and Art. 3-26

   Water or natural gas associations
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-28

   Revenue bonds
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-31

   Improvement districts
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-33

   Municipal transit
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-52

   Water use regulations
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-53

   Refuse collection and disposal
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-48

   Flood control
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-41

   Fire fighting facilities
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-35

   Libraries
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-14

   Buildings and Construction

   Dangerous buildings
   NMSA 1978 § 3-18-5

   Building codes and Fire zones
   NMSA 1978 §§ 3-17-6, 3-18-6

Subdivisions

   Subdivisions; planning and platting
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-20

Zoning

   Zoning regulations
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-21

   Historic districts
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-22

   Manufactured housing and zoning
   NMSA 1978 Art. 3-21A

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    Table of contents

    Sections Affected by 2020 Legislation

    Legal Guidelines

    Criminal Procedure Guidelines

    Chapter 30. Criminal Offenses
    Art. 1. General Provisions, §§ 30-1-1 to 30-1-15
    Art. 2. Homicide, §§30-2-1 to 30-2-9
    Art. 3. Assault and Battery, §§ 30-3-1 to 30-3-18
    Art. 3A. Harassment and Stalking, §§ 30-3A-1 to 30-3A-4
    Art. 4. Kidnapping, §§ 30-4-1 to 30-4-4
    Art. 5. Abortion, §§ 30-5-1 to 30-5-3
    Art. 5A. Partial-Birth Abortion Ban, §§ 30-5A-1 to 30-5A-5
    Art. 6. Crimes Against Children and Dependents, §§ 30-6-1 to 30-6-4
    Art. 6A. Sexual Exploitation of Children, §§ 30-6A-1 to 30-6A-4
    Art. 7. Weapons and Explosives, §§ 30-7-1 to 30-7-22
    Art. 8. Nuisances, §§ 30-8-1 to 30-8-14
    Art. 9. Sexual Offenses, §§ 30-9-1 to 30-9-21
    Art. 10. Marital and Familial Offenses, §§ 30-10-1 to 30-10-3
    Art. 11. Crimes Against Reputation, § 30-11-1
    Art. 12. Abuse of Privacy, §§ 30-12-1 to 30-12-14
    Art. 13. Violation of Civil Rights, §§ 30-13-1 to 30-13-5
    Art. 14. Trespass, §§ 30-14-1 to 30-14-8
    Art. 15. Property Damage, §§ 30-15-1 to 30-15-7
    Art. 16. Larceny, §§ 30-16-1 to 30-16-48
    Art. 16A. Computer Crimes [Repealed]
    Art. 16B. Unauthorized Recording, §§ 30-16B-1 to 30-16B-9
    Art. 16C. Unauthorized Theater Recording, § 30-16C-1
    Art. 16D. Unlawful Taking of a Vehicle or Motor Vehicle, §§ 30-16D-1 to 30-16D-6
    Art. 17. Fire, §§ 30-17-1 to 30-17-6
    Art. 18. Animals, §§ 30-18-1 to 30-18-16
    Art. 19. Gambling, §§ 30-19-1 to 30-19-15
    Art. 20. Crimes Against Public Peace, §§ 30-20-1 to 30-20-18
    Art. 20A. Antiterrorism, §§ 30-20A-1 to 30-20A-4
    Art. 20B. Demonstrations at Funerals and Memorial Services Act, §§ 30-20B-1 to 30-20B-5
    Art. 21. Sabotage and Disloyalty, §§ 30-21-1 to 30-21-5
    Art. 22. Interference with Law Enforcement, §§ 30-22-1 to 30-22-27
    Art. 23. Misconduct by Officials, §§ 30-23-1 to 30-23-7
    Art. 24. Bribery, §§ 30-24-1 to 30-24-3.1
    Art. 25. Perjury and False Affirmations, §§ 30-25-1, 30-25-2
    Art. 26. Interference with Public Records, §§ 30-26-1, 30-26-2
    Art. 27. Malicious Prosecution, etc, §§ 30-27-1 to 30-27-5
    Art. 28. Initiatory Crimes, §§ 30-28-1 to 30-28-3
    Art. 29. Glues, §§ 30-29-1, 30-29-2
    Art. 30. Mercury, § 30-30-1
    Art. 31. Controlled Substances, §§ 30-31-1 to 30-31-41
    Art. 31A. Imitation Controlled Substances, §§ 30-31A-1 to 30-31A-15
    Art. 31B. Drug Precursors, §§ 30-31B-1 to 30-31B-18
    Art. 32. Forest Fires, §§ 30-32-1 to 30-32-4
    Art. 33. Fraud and False Dealing, §§ 30-33-1 to 30-33-14
    Art. 33A. Telecommunications Service Theft, §§ 30-33A-1 to 30-33A-5
    Art. 34. Libel and Slander [Transferred]
    Art. 35. Public Utilities, §§ 30-35-1, 30-35-2
    Art. 36. Worthless Checks, §§ 30-36-1 to 30-36-10
    Art. 37. Sexually Oriented Material Harmful to Minors, §§ 30-37-1 to 30-37-10
    Art. 37A. Unauthorized Distribution of Sensitive Images, § 30-37A-1
    Art. 38. Exhibiting Obscene Films Outdoors, §§ 30-38-1, 30-38-2
    Art. 39. False Reporting, § 30-39-1
    Art. 40. Public Assistance, §§ 30-40-1 to 30-40-7
    Art. 41. Kickback, Bribe or Rebate, §§ 30-41-1 to 30-41-3
    Art. 42. Racketeering, §§ 30-42-1 to 30-42-6
    Art. 43. Loan Sharking, §§ 30-43-1 to 30-43-5
    Art. 44. Medicaid Fraud, §§ 30-44-1 to 30-44-8
    Art. 45. Computer Crimes, §§ 30-45-1 to 30-45-7
    Art. 46. Ticket Scalping, § 30-46-1
    Art. 47. Resident Abuse and Neglect, §§ 30-47-1 to 30-47-10
    Art. 48. Smokeless Tobacco Products [Repealed]
    Art. 49. Tobacco Products, E-Cigarettes and Nicotine Liquid Containers, §§ 30-49-1 to 30-49-25
    Art. 50. Fraudulent Telemarketing, §§ 30-50-1 to 30-50-4
    Art. 51. Money Laundering, §§ 30-51-1 to 30-51-5
    Art. 52. Human Trafficking, §§ 30-52-1 to 30-52-3
    Art. 53. Disruption of Communication and Utility Services, § 30-53-1

    Chapter 31. Criminal Procedure
    Art. 1. Issuance of Process and Warrants, §§ 31-1-1 to 31-1-8
    Art. 1A. DNA Evidence, §§ 31-1A-1, 31-1A-2
    Art. 2. Fresh Pursuit, §§ 31-2-1 to 31-2-8
    Art. 3. Bail, §§ 31-3-1 to 31-3-11
    Art. 3A. Recompiled
    Art. 4. Extradition, §§ 31-4-1 to 31-4-31
    Art. 5. Interstate Compacts, §§ 31-5-1 to 31-5-20
    Art. 6. Grand Jury, §§ 31-6-1 to 31-6-15
    Art. 7. Indictments and Proof of Ownership for Offenses Concerning, Domestic Animals, § 31-7-1
    Art. 8. Out-of-State Witnesses, §§ 31-8-1 to 31-8-6
    Art. 9. Mental Illness and Competency, §§ 31-9-1 to 31-9-4
    Art. 10. Commission of Crimes by Indians [Repealed]
    Art. 11. Appeals and Post-Conviction Remedies, §§ 31-11-1 to 31-11-6
    Art. 12. Fines, Fees and Costs, §§ 31-12-1 to 31-12-13
    Art. 13. Civil Rights and Pardons, § 31-13-1
    Art. 14. Execution of Death Sentence [Repealed]
    Art. 15. Public Defenders, §§ 31-15-1 to 31-15-12
    Art. 16. Defense of Indigents, §§ 31-16-1 to 31-16-10
    Art. 16A. Preprosecution Diversion, §§ 31-16A-1 to 31-16A-8
    Art. 17. Victim Restitution, § 31-17-1
    Art. 18. Sentencing of Offenders, §§ 31-18-1 to 31-18-26
    Art. 18A. Sentencing Guidelines [Repealed]
    Art. 18B. Hate Crimes, §§ 31-18B-1 to 31-18B-5
    Art. 19. Sentencing Authority for Misdemeanors, § 31-19-1
    Art. 19A. Penalty Assessment, § 31-19A-1
    Art. 20. Sentencing, §§ 31-20-1 to 31-20-13
    Art. 20A. Capital Felony Sentencing, §§ 31-20A-1 to 31-20A-6
    Art. 21. Sentence, Pardons and Paroles, §§ 31-21-1 to 31-21-27
    Art. 22. Crime Victims Reparations, §§ 31-22-1 to 31-22-24
    Art. 23. Crime Victims Immunity, § 31-23-1
    Art. 24. Crime Victims’ and Witnesses’ Bill of Rights [Repealed]
    Art. 25. Victim Counselor Confidentiality, §§ 31-25-1 to 31-25-6
    Art. 26. Victims of Crime, §§ 31-26-1 to 31-26-16
    Art. 27. Forfeiture, §§ 31-27-1 to 31-27-11
    Art. 28. Crime Reduction Grant, §§ 31-28-1 to 31-28-6

    Related Laws

    Chapter 6. Public Finances.
    Art. 24. New Mexico Lottery, §§ 6-24-29 to 6-24-34

    Chapter 9. Executive Department.
    Art. 19. Public Safety Department, § 9-19-6.3

    Chapter 16. Parks, Recreation and Fairs
    Art. 2. State Parks Division, §§ 16-2-32, 16-2-33

    Chapter 17. Game and Fish and Outdoor Recreation
    Art. 2. Hunting and Fishing Regulations, §§ 17-2-1 to 17-2-46
    Art. 3. Licenses and Permits, §§ 17-3-1, 17-3-6, 17-3-11, 17-3-13, 17-3-15, 17-3-17, 17-3-26, 17-3-32 to 17-3-34, 17-3-43, 17-3-45 to 17-3-49
    Art. 4. Propagation of Fish and Game, §§ 17-4-6, 17-4-20, 17-4-32, 17-4-35
    Art. 5. Trappers and Fur Dealers, §§ 17-5-6, 17-5-8, 17-5-9
    Art. 6. Habitat Protection, §§ 17-6-1 to 17-6-11

    Chapter 18. Libraries, Museums and Cultural Properties
    Art. 6. Cultural Properties, §§ 18-6-9 to 18-6-9.3, 18-6-11 to 18-6-11.2

    Chapter 19. Public Lands
    Art. 6. Trespass and Violations Relating to State and United States Lands, §§ 19-6-1 to 19-6-10

    Chapter 22. Public Schools
    Art. 5A. School Alcohol-Free Zone Act, §§ 22-5A-1 to 22-5A-5

    Chapter 24. Health and Safety
    Art. 11. Medical Investigations, §§ 24-11-1 to 24-11-10
    Art. 15. Ski Safety, § 24-15-5
    Art. 22. Safe Haven for Infants, §§ 24-22-1 to 24-22-8

    Chapter 26. Drugs and Cosmetics
    Art. 2B. Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use Act, §§ 26-2B-1 to 26-2B-7

    Chapter 28. Human Rights
    Art. 7. Blind and Disabled Persons, §§ 28-7-3 to 28-7-5
    Art. 8. Identifying Devices and Cards for Disabled Persons, § 28-8-3
    Art. 11. Service Animal, § 28-11-1 to 28-11-6

    Chapter 29. Law Enforcement
    Art. 1. Peace Officers in General, §§ 29-1-1 to 29-1-17
    Art. 3. Identification of Criminals, §§ 29-3-1 to 29-3-11
    Art. 3A. Criminal Record Expungement, §§ 29-3A-1 to 29-3A-7
    Art. 3B. Accurate Eyewitness Identification, §§ 29-3B-1 to 29-3B-4
    Art. 9. Organized Crime Act, §§ 29-9-1 to 29-9-18
    Art. 10. Arrest Record Information Act, §§ 29-10-1 to 29-10-8
    Art. 11. Sexual Crimes Prosecution and Treatment Act, §§ 29-11-1 to 29-11-7
    Art. 11A. Sex Offender Registration and Notification, §§ 29-11A-1 to 29-11A-10
    Art. 12A. Crime Stoppers, §§ 29-12A-1 to 29-12A-6
    Art. 16. DNA Identification, §§ 29-16-1 to 29-16-13
    Art. 19. Concealed Handgun Carry, §§ 29-19-1 to 29-19-14
    Art. 20. Law Enforcement Safe Pursuit, §§ 29-20-1 to 29-20-4
    Art. 21. Prohibition of Profiling Practices, §§ 29-21-1 to 29-21-4

    Chapter 32A. Children’s Code
    Art. 1. General Provisions, §§ 32A-1-1 to 32A-1-21
    Art. 2. Delinquency, §§ 32A-2-1 to 32A-2-33
    Art. 4. Child Abuse and Neglect, §§ 32A-4-1 to 32A-4-34
    Art. 10. Interstate Compact on Juveniles, § 32A-10-9
    Art. 20. Uniform Case Numbering, § 32A-20-1

    Chapter 33. Correctional Institutions
    Art. 1. Corrections Department, §§ 33-1-4.2, 33-1-10, 33-1-23
    Art. 2. State Correctional Facilities, §§ 33-2-8, 33-2-19, 33-2-30, 33-2-31
    Art. 3. Jails, §§ 33-3-1 to 33-3-28
    Art. 3A. DWI Alternative Facility, § 33-3A-1
    Art. 6. Juvenile Detention Homes, §§ 33-6-1 to 33-6-10

    Chapter 35. Magistrate and Municipal Courts
    Art. 1. Magistrate Court; Establishment; Districts; Election, §§ 35-1-1 to 35-1-39
    Art. 2. Magistrate Court; Qualification, §§ 35-2-1 to 35-2-7
    Art. 3. Magistrate Court; Jurisdiction, §§ 35-3-1 to 35-3-10
    Art. 5. Magistrate Court; Criminal Actions, §§ 35-5-1 to 35-5-8
    Art. 6. Magistrate Court; Fees and Costs, §§ 35-6-1 to 35-6-10
    Art. 7. Magistrate Court; Magistrate Administration, §§ 35-7-1 to 35-7-13
    Art. 8. Magistrate Court; Juries and Jurors, §§ 35-8-1 to 35-8-7
    Art. 13. Magistrate Court; Appeals, §§ 35-13-1 to 35-13-3
    Art. 14. Municipal Courts, §§ 35-14-1 to 35-14-12
    Art. 15. Violations of Municipal Ordinances, 35-15-1 to 35-15-14

    Chapter 38. Trials
    Art. 2. Pleadings and Motions, § 38-2-6
    Art. 3. Venue; Change of Judge, §§ 38-3-1 to 38-3-11
    Art. 5. Drawing and Empaneling Jurors, §§ 38-5-1 to 38-5-19
    Art. 6. Witnesses and Their Competency, §§ 38-6-1 to 38-6-8
    Art. 6A. Uniform Child Witness Protective Measures, §§ 38-6A-1 to 38-6A-9
    Art. 9. Interpreters for Deaf, §§ 38-9-1 to 38-9-10
    Art. 10. Court Interpreters, §§ 38-10-1 to 38-10-8

    Chapter 40. Domestic Affairs
    Art. 10C. Uniform Child Abduction Prevention, §§ 40-10C-1 to 40-10C-12
    Art. 13. Family Violence Protection, §§ 40-13-1 to 40-13-12
    Art. 13A. Enforcement of Domestic Violence Protection Orders, §§ 40-13A-1 to 40-13A-9

    Chapter 47. Property Law
    Art. 15. Mortgage Foreclosure Consultant Fraud Prevention, §§ 47-15-1 to 47-15-8

    Chapter 56. Commercial Instruments and Transactions
    Art. 1. Retail Installment Sales, §§ 56-1-1 to 56-1-16
    Art. 8. Money, Interest and Usury, §§ 56-8-1 to 56-8-30
    Art. 14. Worthless Checks, § 56-14-1

    Chapter 57. Trade Practices and Regulations
    Art. 2A. Cigarette Enforcement, §§ 57-2A-1 to 57-2A-10
    Art. 9. Used Merchandise, § 57-9-1 to 57-9-5

    Chapter 58. Financial Institutions and Regulations
    Art. 10. Savings and Loan Associations, §§ 58-10-93 to 58-10-97
    Art. 16. Remote Financial Service Units, § 58-16-16

    Chapter 59A. Insurance Code
    Art. 16. Trade Practices and Frauds, § 59A-16-23

    Chapter 60. Business Licenses
    Art. 1A. Horse Racing Act, §§ 60-1A-25 to 60-1A-28
    Art. 2C. Fireworks Licensing and Safety, §§ 60-2C-1 to 60-2C-11
    Art. 2D. Bicycle Racing, §§ 60-2D-2, 60-2D-17, 60-2D-18
    Art. 2E. Gaming Control, §§ 60-2E-3, 60-2E-49 to 60-2E-58, 60-2E-62
    Art. 3A. General Provisions, §§ 60-3A-1 to 60-3A-12
    Art. 6C. Suspension and Revocation of Licenses, § 60-6C-1
    Art. 7A. Offenses, §§ 60-7A-1 to 60-7A-25
    Art. 7B. Regulation of Sales and Service to Minors, §§ 60-7B-1 to 60-7B-13
    Art. 13. Construction Industries Licensing, § 60-13-52

    Chapter 61. Professional and Occupational Licenses
    Art. 27B. Private Investigations Act, §§ 61-27B-2, 61-27B-25, 61-27B-31 to 61-27B-33

    Chapter 66. Motor Vehicles
    Art. 3. Registration Laws; Security Interests; Anti-Theft Provisions; Bicycles; Equipment; Unsafe Vehicles; Off-Highway Motor Vehicles; Other Vehicles, §§ 66-3-7.1, 66-3-11, 66-3-16.1, 66-3-18, 66-3-701 to 66-3-707, 66-3-801 to 66-3-888, 66-3-901, 66-3-1001.1 to 66-3-1001.3, 66-3-1011
    Art. 5. Licensing of Operators and Chauffeurs; Financial Responsibility; Uninsured Motorists’ Insurance; Identification Cards, §§ 66-5-16, 66-5-18, 66-5-19, 66-5-22, 66-5-37, 66-5-39, 66-5-39, 66-5-205, 66-5-409
    Art. 7. Traffic Laws; Signs, Signals and Markings; Accidents; Weight and Size; Traffic Safety, 66-7-1 to 66-7-11, 66-7-101 to 66-7-416
    Art. 8. Crimes, Penalties and Procedure, §§ 66-8-1 to 66-8-141
    Art. 12. Boating, §§ 66-12-1 to 66-12-24
    Art. 13. Boating While Intoxicated, §§ 66-13-1 to 66-13-13

    Chapter 67. Highways
    Art. 7. Obstructions and Injuries to Highways, §§ 67-7-1 to 67-7-11
    Art. 8. Miscellaneous Provisions, §§ 67-8-7, 67-8-13, 67-8-14, to 67-8-22

    Chapter 68. Timber
    Art. 2. Forest Conservation, §§ 68-2-9, 68-2-14, 68-2-22, 68-2-27

    Chapter 72. Water Law
    Art. 1. Water Rights in General, § 72-1-8
    Art. 8. Offenses and Penalties Under Water Act of 1907, §§ 72-8-1 to 72-8-6
    Art. 11. Salt Lakes, § 72-11-1 1228

    Chapter 74. Environmental Improvement
    Art. 2. Air Pollution, § 74-2-14

    Chapter 77. Animals and Livestock
    Art. 1. Dogs and Domesticated Animals, §§ 77-1-1, 77-1-10, 77-1-13
    Art. 1A. Dangerous Dog, §§ 77-1A-2, 77-1A-6
    Art. 3. Control of Contagious Diseases, §§ 77-3-3, 77-3-12, 77-3-13
    Art. 9. Brands, Ownership, Transportation and Sale of Animals, §§ 77-9-2 to 77-9-4, 77-9-23, 77-9-26 to 77-9-28, 77-9-31, 77-9-41 to 77-9-50
    Art. 14. Trespass and Running at Large, § 77-14-7
    Art. 16. Fences, § 77-16-10

    New Mexico Rules of Criminal Procedure

    Chapter R5-00. Rules of Criminal Procedure for the District Courts
    Art. 1. General Provisions, R5-101 to R5-123
    Art. 2. Initiation of Proceedings, R5-201 to R5-212
    Art. 3. Pretrial Proceedings, R5-301 to R5-304
    Art. 4. Release Provisions, R5-401 to R5-405
    Art. 5. Discovery, R5-501 to R5-512
    Art. 6. Trials, R5-601 to R5-614
    Art. 7. Judgment and Appeal, R5-701 to R5-704
    Art. 8. Special Proceedings, R5-801 to R5-825
    Art. 9. Appendices, R5-901 to R5-903

    Chapter R6-00. Rules of Criminal Procedure for the Magistrate Courts
    Art. 1. General Provisions, R6-101 to R6-115
    Art. 2. Initiation of Proceedings, R6-201 to R6-211
    Art. 3. Pleadings and Motions, R6-301 to R6-306
    Art. 4. Release Provisions, R6-401 to R6-407
    Art. 5. Arraignment and Preparation for Trial, R6-501 to R6-507
    Art. 6. Trials, R6-601 to R6-610
    Art. 7. Judgment and Appeal, R6-701 to R6-704
    Art. 8. Special Proceedings, R6-801 to R6-812

    Chapter R7-00. Rules of Criminal Procedure for the Metropolitan Courts
    Art. 1. General Provisions, R7-101 to R7-114
    Art. 2. Initiation of Proceedings, R7-201 to R7-211
    Art. 3. Pleadings and Motions, R7-301 to R7-306
    Art. 4. Release Provisions, R7-401 to R7-407
    Art. 5. Arraignment and Preparation for Trial, R7-501 to R7-507
    Art. 6. Trials, R7-601 to R7-610
    Art. 7. Judgment and Appeal, R7-701 to R7-705
    Art. 8. Special Proceedings, R7-801 to R7-812

    Chapter R8-00. Rules of Procedure for the Municipal Courts
    Art. 1. General Provisions, R8-101 to R8-113
    Art. 2. Initiation of Proceedings, R8-201 to R8-210
    Art. 3. Pleadings and Motions, R8-301 to R8-306
    Art. 4. Release Provisions, R8-401 to R8-407
    Art. 5. Arraignment and Preparation for Trial, R8-501 to R8-507
    Art. 6. Trials, R8-601 to R8-603
    Art. 7. Judgment and Appeal, R8-701 to R8-706
    Art. 8. Special Proceedings, R8-801 to R8-802

    Chapter R9-00. Criminal Forms
    Art. 1. General Provisions, R9-101 to R9-114
    Art. 2. Initiation of Proceedings, R9-201 to R9-221
    Art. 3. Release Provisions, R9-301 to R9-312A
    Art. 4. Arraignment and Preparation for Trial, R9-401 to R9-418
    Art. 5. Trials, R9-501 to R9-513
    Art. 6. Judgment and Appeal, R9-601 to R9-611
    Art. 7. Special Proceedings, R9-701
    Art. 8. Statutory Proceedings, R9-801 to R9-808
    Art. 9. Clinical Law Student Appearances, R9-901 to R9-902

    Chapter R10-00. Children’s Court Rules and Forms
    Art. 1. General Provisions; All Proceedings, R10-101 to R10-167
    Art. 2. Delinquency Proceedings, R10-201 to R10-262
    Art. 3. Abuse and Neglect Proceedings and Families in Need of Court Ordered Services, R10-301 to R10-352
    Art. 4. Children’s Court Forms, R10-401 to R10-496E
    Art. 7. Forms for Delinquency and Youthful Offender Proceedings, R10-701 to R10-904

    Chapter 11. Rules of Evidence
    Art. 1. General Provisions, R11-101 to R11-107
    Art. 2. Judicial Notice, R11-201
    Art. 3. Presumptions, R11-301, R11-302
    Art. 4. Relevancy and Its Limits, R11-401 to R11-413
    Art. 5. Privileges, R11-501 to R11-514
    Art. 6. Witnesses, R11-601 to R11-615
    Art. 7. Opinions and Expert Testimony, R11-701 to R11-707
    Art. 8. Hearsay, R11-801 to R11-806
    Art. 9. Authentication and Identification, R11-901 to R11-903
    Art. 10. Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs, R11-1001 to R11-1008
    Art. 11. Miscellaneous Rules, R11-1101, R11-1102

    Chapter 14. Uniform Jury Instructions—Criminal General Use Note
    Art. 1. General Instructions, R14-101 to R14-141
    Art. 2. Homicide, R14-201 to R14-255
    Art. 3. Assault and Battery, R14-301 to R14-323
    Art. 4. Kidnapping, R14-401 to R14-406
    Art. 5. (Reserved)
    Art. 6. Crimes Against Children and Dependents, R14-601 to R14-634
    Art. 7. Firearms; Deadly Weapons, R14-701 to R14-704
    Art. 8. (Reserved)
    Art. 9. Sex Crimes, R14-901 to R14-985
    Art. 10 to 13. (Reserved)
    Art. 14. Trespass, R14-1401 to R14-1420
    Art. 15. Criminal Damage to Property, R14-1501 to R14-1510
    Art. 16. Crimes Against Property, R14-1601 to R14-1697
    Art. 17. Arson, R14-1701 to R14-1707
    Art. 18 and 19. (Reserved)
    Art. 20. Crimes Against Public Peace, R14-2001
    Art. 21. (Reserved)
    Art. 22. Custody; Confinement; Arrest, R14-2201 to R14-2256
    Art. 23. (Reserved)
    Art. 24. Witnesses, R14-2101 to R14-2404
    Art. 25. Perjury and False Affirmations, R14-2501
    Art. 26 and 27 (Reserved)
    Art. 28. Initiatory Crimes; Accomplices, R14-2801 to R14-2823
    Art. 29. and 30. (Reserved)
    Art. 31. Controlled Substances, R14-3101 to R14-3140
    Art. 32 to 42. (Reserved)
    Art. 42. The Uniform Jury Instructions For Criminal Cases, R14-4201 R14-4205
    Art. 43. Securities Offenses, R14-4301 to R14-4321
    Art. 44. Medicaid Fraud, R14-4401 to R14-4424
    Art. 45. Motor Vehicle Offenses, R14-4501 to R14-4512
    Art. 46 to 49. (Reserved)
    Art. 50. Evidence and Guides for Its Consideration, R14-5001 to R14-5061
    Art. 51. Justification and Defense, R14-5101 to R14-5191
    Art. 52 to 59. (Reserved)
    Art. 60. Concluding Instructions, R14-6001 to R14-6040
    Art. 61 to 69. (Reserved)
    Art. 70. Sentencing Proceedings, R14-7001 to R14-7043
    Art. 71 to 79. (Reserved)
    Art. 80. Grand Juries, R14-8001 to R14-8021
    Art. 81 to 89. (Reserved)
    Art. 90. Children’s Courts, R14-9001 to R14-9004

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