Please enter your user ID and password to access the New Mexico Consolidated Offender Query (COQ).
Welcome to NMJUSTICE.NET's Consolidated Offender Query. The server is hosted by AODA. Users are support by JID/AOC.
Users: If you have account access issues or need to request a new user account, please contact the JID helpdesk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: **** The COQ will not be available from Saturday August 18, 2012 at 8:00am until Monday August 20, 2012 at 8:00am for server migration and maintenance ****
The COQ pulls information from several New Mexico state agencies including: the Administrative Office
of the Courts, the Corrections Department, the District Attorney, and the Motor Vehicle Division.
The information is available electronically from 1995 to present. This is the same time frame as the
publicly available New Mexico Courts Case Lookup (nmcourts.gov/caselookup/app). For court information
prior to 1995, contact the local court where the case was filed. This web application gives access to
New Mexico District Court, Magistrate Court, and Municipal Court data. Municipal Court data is limited
to criminal domestic violence and DWI convictions from September 1, 1995 to present. Bernalillo County
Metropolitan Court DWI and Domestic Violence case information is available on this website; however, to
search other Metropolitan Court case data please go to http://www.metrocourt.state.nm.us/xnet/.
Authorized users reporting a "Bizdoc error" should send an email to email@example.com .
Information obtained from this Internet site does not constitute an official record. Official records
may be viewed by visiting the official justice agency that maintains custodianship of the record,
during normal business hours.
The New Mexico Judiciary, the New Mexico Administrative Office of the District Attorneys, the New Mexico Corrections Department, the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division, the New Mexico Sentencing Commission, and the Justice Information Sharing Council, including employees and agents for these entities, are not liable for the validity of any information provided on this site and are not responsible or liable for any losses, damages, or consequences resulting, directly, or indirectly, from the use of information obtained from this site.
If you feel any case disposition or case event information displayed in COQ does not accurately reflect the particulars of your case, please notify the court where the case was heard.
The use of data on this site is subject to the provisions of Section 14-3-15.1 NMSA 1978, the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act of 1996.
By continuing to the COQ Application you are acknowledging that you accept and understand the conditions and restrictions detailed above.
Information presented on the New Mexico NMJustice Portal is intended for authorized New Mexico state,
county, and local criminal justice personnel users only. By logging on to the NMJustice Portal you
agree to adhere to the security and use policies as stated on this site. User IDs and passwords are
for the sole use of the authorized users and may not be shared. Authorization to use the NMJustice
Portal or changes to previous authorizations may be obtained by submitting a request to
Authorized users may not:
- Reproduce the data in whole, in print, or any other format
- Information may not be provided to any other person than authorized users
By logging on to the NMJustice Portal you agree to restrict use of any information viewed, copied to file,
printed, or captured in any way to internal use within your justice agency. Approved use of the NMJustice
Portal and it's justice applications is limited to authorized State of New Mexico, county, local law
enforcement, courts, prosecution, jail, corrections, detention center, probation and parole, public defender,
juvenile justice, or other justice personnel as approved by the Criminal Justice Information Management Team.
Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information on this service are strictly prohibited and may be punishable under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act of 1996.