New Mexico Statutes Chapter 31. Criminal Procedure

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  • Article 1. Issuance of Process and Warrants
  • Article 1A. DNA Evidence
  • Article 2. Fresh Pursuit
  • Article 3. Bail
  • Article 4. Extradition
  • Article 5. Interstate Compacts
  • Article 6. Grand Jury
  • Article 7. Indictments and Proof of Ownership for Offenses Concerning Domestic Animals
  • Article 8. Out-Of-State Witnesses
  • Article 9. Mental Illness and Competency
  • Article 11. Appeals and Post-Conviction Remedies
  • Article 12. Fines, Fees and Costs
  • Article 13. Civil Rights and Pardons
  • Article 15. Public Defenders
  • Article 16. Defense of Indigents
  • Article 16A. Preprosecution Diversion
  • Article 17. Victim Restitution
  • Article 18. Criminal Sentencing
  • Article 18B. Hate Crimes
  • Article 19. Sentencing Authority for Misdemeanors
  • Article 20. Sentencing
  • Article 20A. Capital Felony Sentencing
  • Article 21. Sentence, Pardons and Paroles
  • Article 22. Crime Victims Reparations
  • Article 23. Crime Victims Immunity
  • Article 25. Victim Counselor Confidentiality
  • Article 26. Victims of Crime
  • Article 27. Forfeiture

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