Tag Archives: Freedom of Expressive Association

Public Forum on Racial Profiling

Join community members, tribal members, academics and lawyers concerned about bordertown racial profiling in Gallup, New Mexico. Tonight from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm there will be a know-your-rights discussion at the downtown conference center with emphasis on Gallup’s anti-panhandling ordinance. Presenters include Dr. Jennifer Denetdale, Dr. David Correia, Dr. Melanie Yazzie, and attorney Barry […]

New Mexico posed to enact curfew law allowing cities to criminalize behavior that is not unlawful if committed by adults

There are several anti-crime bills being discussed for the upcoming state legislative session, one of which is legislation that would permit municipalities to enact ordinances that authorize criminal sanctions for youth violating a curfew. The New Mexico Supreme Court addressed a challenge to an ordinance the City of Albuquerque had in a 1999 decision, concluding “that the […]

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