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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.

Second Judicial District Court Implements New User-Friendly Jury Management System

Jurors will now have a new user-friendly jury system to use in the Second Judicial District Court to make the jury experience easier and more rewarding. Learn More

Data-Driven Tool To Help Judges Assess Defendants' Pretrial Risk

The Second Judicial District Court has implemented a new data-driven  risk assessment tool known as the Public Safety Assessment, or PSA, to provide objective information for judges in determining conditions of release for criminal defendants awaiting trial. Learn More

SJDC Advances Mental Health Awareness

The Second Judicial District Court commemorated National Mental Health Awareness Month by participating in a special behavioral health event. Bernalillo County, the City of Albuquerque and the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Government Commission (ABCGC) jointly hosted the May 23, 2017 event to raise mental health awareness event on Civic Plaza. Learn More

Families Celebrate Adoptions at Children’s Court

People gathered at the Second Judicial District Children's Court on May 12, 2017 as twenty-two children were adopted prior to celebrating Mother's Day weekend together as families. Learn More

Law-La-Palooza Provides Legal Services to Low-Income Residents

The Second Judicial District Court Pro Bono Committee and the Volunteer Attorney Program sponsor four Law-La-Palooza events each year aimed at helping low-income residents with their legal needs. Learn More

SJDC DWI Court Recognizes Its Recent Graduates

The Second Judicial District Court Felony Repeat Offender DWI Court recently held a graduation ceremony to celebrate the successes of its recent graduates. The Second Judicial District’s Felony Repeat Offender DWI Court is an effective and cost-saving alternative to incarceration. The SJDC Felony Repeat Offender DWI Court is a demanding 18 to 24-month program for offenders who have had repeat DWI convictions. Learn More

LawLaPalooza Dates/Times/Locations

The dates, times and locations for LawLaPalooza events in 2017 are now available. LawLaPalooza provides legal advice for low-income residents of Bernalillo County. Learn More

EXCELLENCE IN CUSTOMER SERVICE: On July 2017, the Second Judicial District Court would like to acknowledge Leslie, Judicial Specialist II, in the Domestic Relations Division for outstanding customer service. Leslie always goes above and beyond when assisting the public. She is very helpful, courteous and pleasant to the customers she serves and everyone she works with. Leslie is a great team member of the Domestic Relations Division and the Court. SJDC would like to thank Leslie for her excellent customer service, being a great asset to the judiciary and her dedication to our mission and vision of ensuring access to justice for all.


The Second Judicial District Court is proud of our employees and their dedication to the public they serve. These individuals are committed to the community and to equal, impartial and timely access to the Court. If you would like to recognize a SJDC employee for a job well done, please click here






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