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Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court

Tribunal Metropolitano del Condado de Bernalillo

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All Offices & Divisions of the Metropolitan Court will be closed on Monday, January 18, 2021 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 


Most hearings in the Metropolitan Court are being conducted remotely. For a list of the week's call-in and video information for each judicial division, please click here

For information on Preliminary Examination Hearings only, please click here.

For Helpful Tips for Virtual Hearings, please click here 


Notice of Mass Case Reassignment: 
Chief Judge Maria I. Dominguez announced the mass reassignment of cases in Division IV as a result of the 2020 General Election. Pursuant to Rule 23-109 NMRA, Chief Judge Dominguez announced that effective January 11, 2021, all misdemeanor cases previously assigned to Judge Courtney B. Weaks will be reassigned to Judge David A. Murphy.  Individual notices of reassignment will be mailed to the parties.  Parties who have not yet exercised a peremptory excusal, pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 7-106 NMRA, will have 10 business days from January 11, 2021 to excuse Judge Murphy in cases filed on or after January 1, 2021.  



***Effective November 16, 2020, jury trials not already in progress have been suspended through January 31, 2021 per Supreme Court Order due to the Public Health Emergency.  If you have been summoned for Jury Duty between November 16, 2020 and January 31, 2021, you have been excused and your service is considered complete.***


Summoned for Jury Duty??

 Watch this important video message from former Chief Judge Sandra Engel to learn more about what to expect as Metro Court resumes jury trials.  Then, please click on this direct link to complete your Juror Qualification and Questionnaire. 

Please also find a video on COVID Safe Practices throughout the NM Judiciary. 


COVID-19 Information & Updates

Online Filing & Faxing:

We’ve made it easier to conduct court business from home. 

Metro Court is now accepting pleadings via email at: metrpleadings@nmcourts.gov or via fax at: (505) 222-4831.

In addition to the many forms available on our Self-Help Center page, the court has updated its most-commonly used forms so that they can be completed electronically:

-Motion for Continuance
-Motion for Extension
-Request for Telephonic Hearing

To complete the forms, you must have or install Adobe Acrobat on your computer or phone.   For help using Adobe Acrobat Reader to complete and email the forms from your phone, please see the instructional videos below for Android and iPhone devices: 

https://youtu.be/bDITwIQdaw4 (iPhone)
https://youtu.be/Ot9KaiKM4J0 (Android)  
Visit your app store to download Adobe Acrobat:

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