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Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court

Tribunal Metropolitano del Condado de Bernalillo

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The Administration Division of the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court provides administrative support to the Court’s 19 Judges.


The Administrative Division oversees the operations of the Court’s 17 Divisions by:

  • Providing centralized policy guidance
  • Developing and implementing standards and guidelines
  • Providing resources and technical support to Judges and staff
  • Advocating to the State’s Legislature for the Court’s needed resources 
  • Managing court resources through sound financial, budgeting, and procurement practices 
  • Working with Criminal Justice Partners to improve processes 
  • Providing services in an accurate, timely and equitable manner

 

Robert L. Padilla

Robert L. Padilla 

Court Executive Officer

 

Teres Hauge

Jonathan Ash​​

Ana Bedford

Terese Hauge

Deputy Court Executive Officer

Oversees:

Background Investigations
Mediation
Probation
Specialty Courts

 

Jonathan Ash

Deputy Court Executive Officer

Oversees:

Communications & Public Outreach
Facilities
Finance
Information Technology
Security

Ana Benford

Deputy Court Executive Officer

Oversees:

Case Preparation & Records
Courtroom Support & ​Jury Management
Criminal Floor Teams
Customer Service


Administrative Services

Administrative Services provides support to the Court Executive Officer and Deputy Court Executive Officers. Administrative Assistants take and prepare meeting minutes, contract interpreters for languages other than Spanish; including sign language, handle complaints and suggestions, respond to records custodian requests, assist with ADA accommodation requests and provide overall support for Administrative projects and office functions.

Administrative Services also oversees in-house Spanish language interpreters, who provide services to individuals with limited English proficiency in compliance with federal and state law to guarantee equal access to justice. The three full-time court-certified Spanish language interpreters provide interpretation for approximately 8,200 cases every year. They are also responsible for translating various pleadings, pamphlets, and other documents for the Court.

Christy Armijo

Christy Armijo

Court Manager II and
​Point of Contact for Administration
505-841-8106