Discussion Topic: Constitution/Criminal Justice

What Janus v. AFSCME means for New Mexico

It's as if the New Mexico Legislature were an appetizer or side show. Multiple tax hikes are being considered by local governments while "right to work" is also moving forward across New Mexico. And, perhaps the most important US Supreme Court case in many moons is...

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Clarify law to put focus on real criminals

Last year, New Mexico became a national leader in controlling abuses of civil-asset forfeiture. Let’s keep our momentum against overcriminalization going -- and adopt a default mens rea standard. Under the common law, a crime takes place when a mens rea (guilty mind)...

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