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Early DWI Case Deadlines and Consequences for Missing Them

May 4, 2015, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

To get started, you should understand that there are many important deadlines that will come up during your DWI case. Many of these will come up during the DWI criminal process. Your attorney will handle these deadlines. The deadlines that you really need to be aware of are the deadlines that may come and go […]


FAQS: How Does the Use of Lapel Cameras By Police Officers Affect My Criminal Case?

April 21, 2015, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

The State of New Mexico and the City of Albuquerque have recently been getting less than stellar national media attention. The State of New Mexico has made the national news by having the distinction of being the state with the second highest crime rate nationally. On the other hand, the City of Albuquerque has received […]


Breath Test Admissability Requirements in New Mexico

April 13, 2015, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

There are fairly basic requirements for admission of the breath alcohol score into evidence at trial.  However, these basic rules are on occasion violated by the officer. In case of violation of the rules, the breath test score will not be allowed in court.  This does not necessarily mean the case is dismissed which will […]


Highway Peril: Beware of Civil Asset Seizure

December 26, 2014, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

Travel comes with a few risks.  Most of these are well known and relate to safety.  Most travelers routinely prepare of these prior to any extended trip. Aside from the normal precautions that you may need to take when going on a road trip, consider also taking precautions for a less widely known hazard of road trip […]


DWI During the Holidays – It’s Not Worth It!

December 1, 2014, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

The holiday season comes with a lot of celebration.  Much of it includes alcohol. It also includes bouncing from one get together to the next, whether it be with friends, family, work or business associates. This means there are numerous temptations to drive after having consumed alcohol.   It goes without saying that this is bad […]


Yes, Decriminalization of Marijuana is on Albuquerque Ballot

October 18, 2014, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

The marijuana decriminalization item did get on the ballot in Albuquerque.  There has been some confusion on this matter due to the history, albeit brief, of the item. As many know, there was a pretty strong push to get a ballot measure on the ballot by way of petition.  The petition fell short of the […]


Reefer Madness Lives Despite Clear Realities

August 27, 2014, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

A recent survey by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment found that cannabis use among high-school students decreased in 2013 from 2011.  What happened in the interim to cause this drop? Who knows?  But one might safely conclude that legalization of marijuana did not turn Colorado youths into a bunch of pot-crazed hooligans. […]


House Defunds DEA Medical Marijuana Raids – Progress But By No Means Enough!

May 31, 2014, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

The House of Representatives voted on May 29, 2014 to defund DEA raids on medical marijuana in those states with legalized medical marijuana. This is certainly a step in the right direction. However, it is not enough.  The marijuana laws and penalties for violation remain largely unchanged. Passed with Bi-Partisan Support The amendment which would […]


Medical Marijuana Use Comes With Many Restrictions in New Mexico

May 27, 2014, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

Medical marijuana is getting a lot of attention both in New Mexico and nationally.  There are now 21 states with legalized medical marijuana and 6 more with pending medical marijuana legislation.  Washington and Colorado have legalized recreational marijuana. The trend toward legalized medical marijuana is clear.  However, it is important to understand that there remains […]


Current State of Marijuana Laws in New Mexico: Many Paths to Jail Remain!

March 20, 2014, by Collins & Collins, P.C.

To begin, it is important to know that marijuana is still considered a Schedule I Controlled Substance under both Federal and New Mexico statutes.  Although the penalties for minor marijuana possession have been reduced over the years in New Mexico, there are still pretty serious consequences. The many remaining and serious consequences for marijuana are […]


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