Although it is located at one of the highest elevations of any major U.S. city and surrounded by the natural beauty of the Sandia Mountains and the Rio Grande, Albuquerque is a dynamic place. It is, after all, the most populous city in New Mexico and home to the prestigious University of New Mexico, the state’s largest public university. Finding legal information in such a diversified environment can be difficult. That’s why FindLaw has compiled the following articles and resource pages. So, whether you’ve been rear ended on your way to the BioPark, been pulled over for a DUI on Historic Route 66, or need help with finding courts or free legal aid in town, check out the following pages to help you address your legal issue in The Duke City.
Going to court in Albuquerque? Better be prepared. If you aren't sure where to go or just want some parking tip, check out this article. We have a list of all the courthouses in Albuquerque area including state and federal courts.
Sometimes you just need legal advice. What if you can't afford to hire an attorney? Bernalillo County has many options for free or low-cost legal aid. Here's a list of providers in the Albuquerque who offer legal services to those who qualify.
Facing a DWI charge in Albuquerque? Trying to navigate the court system can be perplexing. Here's a general guide through the process including information about the initial arrest to possible penalties.
Have or someone you know been in a car accident in Albuquerque? Whether you were the driver or a passenger, there's some important steps you should follow to preserve your rights. Learn about what to do at the scene, when to call the police, the role of attorneys, insurance companies, and more.