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Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102-2121

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Understanding the Three Types of Decisions in New Mexico’s Appellate Court

The Court of Appeals is the intermediate appellate court in the state of New Mexico. It’s higher than district courts and some administrative agencies and lower than the New Mexico Supreme Court.  The Court of Appeals has jurisdiction over the...

Inside New Mexico Appellate Court Proceedings: What You Need to Know

If you’ve been convicted of a crime or find yourself on the wrong end of a legal decision in New Mexico that you feel wasn’t fair, the appellate court may be your last chance to turn it around.  At the...

Understanding the Role of a New Mexico Appeals Court Lawyer

Navigating the complex waters of legal appeals in New Mexico requires a specialized set of skills and knowledge. Appeals court lawyers play a critical role in the justice system, providing a vital link between trial court decisions and their re-examination...

What Is the Difference Between an Appeal and an Appellate Court in New Mexico?

The legal system can be a complex maze, particularly when navigating the nuances of appeals and appellate courts. In New Mexico, understanding these concepts is crucial for anyone seeking to appeal their case. At the Sitterly Law Firm, Nick Sitterly...

Navigating Contract Chaos: When Both Parties Breach a Contract in Albuquerque

When contracts are breached and chaos ensues, only an Albuquerque breach of contract attorney can help you figure out what’s going on. While it’s one thing for a party to breach the agreed-upon document, it’s a whole other mess when...

Understanding the Impact of Void and Voidable Contracts on New Mexico Breach of Contract Cases

Imagine contacting a New Mexico breach of contract attorney to assist with your situation only to find out that your document was never valid in the first place and, therefore, is unenforceable. You aren’t able to get the remedies you...