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The circuit courts in the several counties in which they may be held shall have power and jurisdiction as follows:
A. of all criminal cases that shall not otherwise be provided for by law;
B. exclusive original jurisdiction in all civil cases which shall not be cognizable before the prefects and alcaldes;
C. appellate jurisdiction from the judgments and orders of the prefects and alcaldes in all cases not prohibited by law, and shall possess a superintending control over them.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Territorial Laws and Treaties NM TERR LAWS KEARNY CODE CT & J POWERS § 18 - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/territorial-laws-and-treaties/nm-terr-laws-kearny-code-ct-and-j-powers-sect-18/
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