Sandoval County, New Mexico Lawyers
Emma Whitley is an attorney at the New Mexico Legal Group handling divorce and family law cases. Emma graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of New Mexico and received her law degree from the University of New Mexico School of Law.
Cynthia Payne is a criminal defense attorney in New Mexico. Cynthia joined the New Mexico Legal Group in 2005 to handle DWI defense and criminal cases. She is a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), the New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and is a board member of the State Bar’s Criminal Law Section.
After 25 years, my reputation is about caring for my clients and providing realistic expectations. Only lawyer in the State of New Mexico who is a certified specialist in both consumer and business bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification. Former Board Member, Family Law Section of New Mexico State Bar. Selected by New Mexico State Bar to sit on several judicial selection panels.
Mark Caruso and Caruso Law Offices only handle personal injury and wrongful death claims. This lets us focus our entire practice just on personal injury and wrongful death, and explains why we are so good at what we do. The majority of our new clients are referred to our firm by former clients, other attorneys who don't handle personal injury claims and insurance agents. A former insurance comapany attorney, Mark Caruso now works for victims with personal injuries and families suffering the wrongful death of their loved one to get the maximum amount possible from the insurance...
(800) 657-9292 Suite 310 E
Albuquerque, NM 87120
Albuquerque, NM 87120
Lisa Torraco is a skilled trial attorney, practicing primarily criminal law and child abuse and neglect. She is highly respected and a zealous fighter for her cause. Recognized by her peers as the highest in ethical standards; Ms. Torraco is one of the prominent attorneys in the Albuquerque Metropolitan area. She has been lead attorney in over one hundred trials.
For almost thirty years, John Samore has emphasized professional competence and personal service. After ten years in a general law, Mr. Samore focused his practice almost entirely on two challenging areas: families in crisis and defending persons accused of criminal conduct. Mr. Samore acquired his appreciation for the law from his father, Edward, who practiced 57 years. Both gentlemen graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law. Admitted to practice in New Mexico in 1989, John Samore has effectively represented almost 1000 accused of criminal conduct and...