|Albuquerque||NM||87102||Tenth Circuit Librarian||Pete V. Domenici United States Courthouse 333 Lomas Boulevard, N.W., Suite 360 Albuquerque NM 87102||http://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/library/index.php||505-348-2135|
|Albuquerque||NM||87102-3118||New Mexico Bankruptcy Court||Sen. Dennis Chavez Federal Building 500 Gold Avenue, S.W., 10th Floor Albuquerque NM 87102-3118||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us/usbc/||505-348-2500|
|Albuquerque||NM||87102||New Mexico District Court||Pete V. Domenici United States Courthouse 333 Lomas Boulevard, N.W., Suite 270 Albuquerque NM 87102||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us||505-348-2000|
|Las Cruces||NM||88001||New Mexico District Court||US District Courthouse 100 North Church Street, Room 2 Las Cruces NM 88001||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us||505-528-1400|
|Santa Fe||NM||87501-1902||New Mexico District Court||Santiago E. Campos United States Courthouse 106 South Federal Place Santa Fe NM 87501-1902||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us||505-988-6481|
|Albuquerque||NM||87102||New Mexico Prob/Pretrial Office||Pete V. Domenici United States Courthouse 333 Lomas Boulevard, N.W., Suite 170 Albuquerque NM 87102||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us||505-348-2600|
|Farmington||NM||87401-9407||New Mexico Prob/Pretrial Office||800 East 30th Street Bldg 5, Room G 5 Farmington NM 87401-9407||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us||505-325-5099|
|Las Cruces||NM||88001||New Mexico Prob/Pretrial Office||US District Courthouse 100 North Church Street, 1st Floor Las Cruces NM 88001||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us||575-528-1500|
|Roswell||NM||88201||New Mexico Prob/Pretrial Office||Joe Skeen Federal Building 500 North Richardson Avenue Roswell NM 88201||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us||575-637-7920|
|Santa Fe||NM||87501||New Mexico Prob/Pretrial Office||Montoya Federal Building 120 South Federal Place, Room 102 Santa Fe NM 87501||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us||505-988-6638|
|Gallup||NM||87301||New Mexico Prob/Pretrial Office||909 Metro Avenue, Room T 10 Gallup NM 87301||http://www.nmcourt.fed.us||505-726-1660|
|Albuquerque||NM||87102||New Mexico Federal Public Defender||First State Bank Building 111 Lomas Boulevard, N.W., Suite 501 Albuquerque NM 87102||http://nm.fd.org/||505-346-2489|
|Las Cruces||NM||88001||New Mexico Federal Public Defender||Wells Fargo Bank Building 506 South Main Street, Suite 600 Las Cruces NM 88001||http://nm.fd.org/||575-527-6930|
New Mexico Federal Courts – Locations, Hours & Phone Numbers
New Mexico Federal Courts are state federal court. What is a state federal court? A state federal court is federal court based in a particular state. Compared to a state court, a state federal court has more extensive jurisdiction. What is jurisdiction? Jurisdiction refers to whether a court has the power to listen to a particular case. Jurisdiction is what empowers courts. As of now, there are three federal courts in New Mexico including:
- Federal Building and U.S Courthouse in Albuquerque
- Pete V. Domenici U.S Courthouse in Albuquerque
- Santiago E. Campos U.S Courthouse
Compared to a state court, a federal state court has more extensive jurisdiction. The boundaries of state courts limit their jurisdiction but federal state courts cover all the states within the U.S. Apart from taking a case to them, you can obtain certain information from New Mexico Federal Courts as well. You can obtain information related to a particular case from the New Mexico Courts.
The information you can obtain from the court includes the case files, transcripts and exhibits taken and collated during the procedure or hearing. The type of records you can obtain depends on the case i.e. whether it’s a criminal case or a civil one. Depending on the case, you can obtain anything from property ownership documents to arrest records.
There are two ways of obtaining court records: in person and online. Often, navigating through all the courts to locate the record you want can be difficult. Therefore, obtaining court records in person may not be such a great idea. Fortunately, there is another way and that way is obtaining the court record you want online.
The government maintains digital copies of most court case files, and you can access these using the online PACER system. If you have an account on PACER, you can use the system’s Court Case Locator to search and locate New Mexico Federal Courts case information