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New Mexico Courts

Tribunales de Nuevo México

The Administrative Office of the Courts exists to enable the courts of New Mexico to accomplish their mission through:

  • Ensuring that the courts have adequate, equitably distributed resources
  • Ensuring that the courts have and use current technology
  • Providing a fair and equitable statewide human resources system
  • Developing and implementing improved court processes and supporting courts in their use
  • Collecting and providing information on and for the courts
  • managing and accounting for the collection of revenue
  • Ensuring sound financial, budgeting and procurement practices in the management of court resources
  • Providing administrative support for the magistrate courts
  • Maintaining liaison with the legislative and executive branches of state government


AOC Director
Arthur W. Pepin

AOC Deputy Director

Fiscal Services Director
Suzette A. Fronk

Court Services Division Director
Mateo Page

Court Operations Division Director
Jason Clack

Human Resources Division Director
Lynette Paulman-Rodriguez

Judiciary Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
Dick Wilkinson


New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts
The State of New Mexico
237 Don Gaspar
Santa Fe, NM 87501


Phone: 505-827-4800
Fax: 505-827-4824

New Mexico Judicial Branch Website Disclaimer

This website was created by the New Mexico Judicial Branch solely as a public service. The Judicial Branch does not warrant the accuracy of the information displayed by this website nor is it responsible for any errors or omissions and assumes no liability for its use, availability or compatibility with website users’ software or computers. This information is by necessity general in nature and is not intended as legal advice, but rather information which may be useful in understanding how courts in New Mexico operate. For legal advice, you should contact a lawyer.