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Second Judicial District Court

Tribunal del Segundo Distrito Judicial

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The Honorable Judge Elizabeth Whitefield Retires From The Bench

The Honorable Elizabeth Whitefield, the Presiding Judge of the Second Judicial District Family Court, has announced her retirement from the bench, effective October 1. Learn More

U.S. Justice Department Officials Visit SJDC Felony DWI Court

U.S. Justice Department officials recently visited the Second Judicial District Court to get an up-close look at the SJDC Felony DWI Court and the critical role it plays as an accountability court dedicated to changing the behavior of repeat DWI offenders. Learn More

Foreclosure Settlement Program Aids Homeowners And Lenders

The Second Judicial District Court has instituted a new Foreclosure Settlement Program to provide settlement assistance in residential mortgage cases. Learn More

New Space For Family Court Proceedings

A new courtroom has opened at the Second Judicial District Court, expanding the space available for Family Court proceedings. Learn More

Presiding Judge Brown And Criminal Division Are Honored

Presiding Judge Charles Brown and the Criminal Division of the Second Judicial District Court were recently recognized with the 2016 Public Partnership Award by the Middle Rio Grande Council of Governments. Joy Willis, Attorney Supervisor, and employees from the Pre-Trial Services Division were also honored for the Court’s role as a key member of the Bernalillo County Criminal Justice Review Commission. Learn More

Mediation Is Part Of A Day’s Work At SJDC

The Second Judicial District Court recently commemorated Mediation Week, an initiative created by the American Bar Association (ABA) and proclaimed by the New Mexico Supreme Court. Learn More

Teddy Bear Project Brings Comfort To Children’s Court

There were Teddy Bears, stuffed frogs, kittens and even a tiny dinosaur, all part of a special delivery when New Mexico Highlands University students visited the Juvenile Justice Center. Learn More

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