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"The American people stand firm in the faith which has inspired this Nation from the beginning. We believe that all men have a right to equal justice under the law and equal opportunity to share in the common good."
~ President Harry S. Truman

Driving under the influence is a criminal offense. If you or someone you know has been charged with a DUI or DWI, it can have a serious impact on your life. With the right legal counsel, your rights will be represented in the most effective way possible.

Related charges may include, but are not limited to, suspended licenses, DMV hearings, reckless driving, and accidents or injuries in connection with a DUI/DWI.

Whenever you have contact with police officers, it is important to obtain legal counsel immediately. It is your right to do so. The law is very complicated and is constantly changing so you will want to know how to protect your rights. Whether you think you actually did something wrong or if you are maintaining your innocence, only an attorney can provide the utmost damage control when you are facing criminal charges.

There are many different types of drug-related charges and offenses. Depending on the specific charge, it takes experience to understand what your legal defenses are and challenge the prosecution. Whether it is marijuana possession or something more serious, you have come to the right attorney to defend you.

If you have just been served divorce paperwork or you are considering making that first step, there are a number of factors to consider when approaching this pivotal point in your life. An attorney can help address your financial situation, living arrangements, possible spousal or child support, child custody, and visitation rights, as well as other concerns that will be impacted.
Divorce is a significant event in a person's life. Having the right legal counsel can make the transition less stressful and equitable.

Custody situations can cause parents to feel out of control and overwhelmed. The State of New Mexico considers the best interests of the child when determining questions regarding custody of children in a divorce or paternity action. The courts take many factors into consideration, including, but not limited to, the parents' wishes, age of the child, the home, school, and community environment, the relationship between the parents, and also the child's relationship with the parents, siblings, and other family members.

It takes a special type of attorney to handle these sensitive matters and to help you identify the most important issues in your case. You have come to the right place.

Domestic violence can happen against anyone. It is a crime that does not discriminate against a person's gender, age, or sexual orientation. It can occur in a variety of ways. If you believe you are a victim of domestic violence, hiring an attorney can expedite the legal process of obtaining a restraining order.

If you are accused of domestic violence and you are either facing criminal charges or subject to a potential Temporary Restraining Order, it is important to retain counsel to protect your rights. Such accusations can affect an individual's right to bear arms, immigration status, and may result in incarceration.

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