New Mexico White Collar Crime Lawyers
Served as Judge Advocate in military overseas. New Mexico Public defender in 1980s handling death penalty trials. Private practice since then handling criminal defense cases from DUI and domestic violence to drug trafficking, sexual assault and murder cases in Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Espanola valley, Albuquerque and throughout New Mexico. Top rated by Martindale Hubbel lawyers.com, avvo.com and national organizations. Same day free consultation. Payment plan. 24 hour answering service. .
Nicole Moss has been practicing law in New Mexico since 2005. Ms. Moss started her career as a prosecutor in the Second Judicial District Attorney's Office where she handled cases ranging from Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI) to Child Abuse Resulting in Death to First Degree Murder. In 2010 she was named Legal Impact Prosecutor of the Year by the State of New Mexico Bar Association Prosecutor's Division for her work in child abuse prosecution. During her time at the D.A.'s office Ms. Moss tried over 75 cases before juries in both the Metropolitan and District Courts, including...
Jason Bowles has practiced law for over 20 years as a federal prosecutor and private practitioner. He has handled some of the most high profile and significant criminal and civil litigation cases in New Mexico in the past decade. He specializes in trials and litigation in primarily plaintiffs wrongful death, catastrophic and personal injury, and federal and state criminal defense.
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.
(505) 843-7303 4351 Jager Dr NE
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
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...