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PUBLIC NOTICE:  Due to state budget cuts, the Second Judicial District Court has been forced to reduce the number of hours its public service windows are open starting Tuesday, January 17, 2017.  Click here for more details.


SJDC Welcomes New Judges Cindy Leos and Jane Levy

The Second Judicial District Court welcomes two new judges, Cindy Leos and Jane Levy, to the Court in January 2017. Learn More

SJDC Giving Tree Project Brings Joy

The Second Judicial District Court hosted a Giving Tree Project for local organizations in need this holiday season. Learn More

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

Another Successful Blood Drive By Court Employees

Employees at the Second Judicial District Court recently completed another successful blood drive, donating 25 units through United Blood Services. Learn More

Court Employees Hit The Recruiting Trail

To help young people learn about career opportunities in the Judiciary, representatives from the Second Judicial District Court’s Human Resources Division attended a career fair at La Cueva High School. 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

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

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