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WHAT IS NM SAVIN?
It’s a FREE in-house automated notification
system that provides criminal case status,
upcoming court proceedings, and/or any
changes to a previous scheduled court
event for criminal cases filed in the Bernalillo
Metropolitan Court, Magistrate Courts and
District Courts in the State of New Mexico.
Who Can Use NM SAVIN?
Victims, Witnesses, Law
Enforcement, Prosecutors, Defense
Attorneys, Probation Officers,
Advocates, Neighbors, Family
Members, and the General Public
NMSAVIN.COM WEB SITE,
AND NOTIFICATIONS IN
ENGLISH AND SPANISH . . .
NM SAVIN:
1. To protect the victims’ right to be
notified of court proceedings in
accordance with the New Mexico
State Constitution – Victims’ Rights.
2. To assist the district attorneys’ offices in
meeting their legal requirement per
statute to notify victims of an
enumerated crime, of any upcoming
court proceedings.
NEW MEXICO LAW
STATUTE 31-29-9
STATUTE 31-26-10
STATUTE 31-26-9
31-26-9. Procedures for providing victims with notice of rights and information
regarding prosecution of a criminal offense; district attorneys.
A. Within seven working days after a district attorney files a formal charge
against the accused for a criminal offense, the district attorney shall provide
the victim of the criminal offense with:
a copy of Article 2, Section 24 of the constitution of New Mexico, regarding
victims' rights;
a copy of the Victims of Crime Act [31-26-1 NMSA 1978];
a copy of the charge filed against the accused for the criminal offense;
a clear and concise statement of the procedural steps generally involved in
prosecuting a criminal offense; and
the name of a person within the district attorney's office whom the victim may
contact for additional information regarding prosecution of the criminal
offense.
B. The district attorney's office shall provide the victim with
oral or written notice, in a timely fashion, of a scheduled
court proceeding attendant to the criminal offense.
31-26-10. Procedures for providing victims with
notice of a court proceeding; courts; district
attorneys.
A court shall provide a district attorney's office with oral or
written notice no later than seven working days prior to a
scheduled court proceeding attendant to a criminal
offense, unless a shorter notice period is reasonable under
the circumstances.
The district attorney's office shall convey the information
concerning the scheduled court proceeding to the victim,
31-26-9 (B) NMSA 1978 Victims of Crime Act.
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TO YOU, WHAT CASES YOU ARE REGISTERED
TO RECEIVE NOTIFICATIONS
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Can see each victim, case, next event
and notification types.
ADVOCATE S CAN VERIFIY THAT VICTIMS ARE
ACTUALLY VCITIMS ON A CASE
ADMINS SEE ALL NOTIFICATIONS
And can create and run reports
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