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3 What is NM SAVIN?It’s a FREE in-house automated notification system that provides criminal case status, upcoming court proceedings, and/or any changes to a previous scheduled court event for criminal cases filed in the Bernalillo Metropolitan Court, Magistrate Courts and District Courts in the State of New Mexico.There may be some charges incurred for text messages depending on the registered users contract with their cell phone provider.
4 ANYONE! Who Can Use NM SAVIN? Victims, Witnesses, Law Enforcement, Prosecutors, Defense Attorneys, Probation Officers, Advocates, Neighbors, Family Members, and the General PublicBenefits For Victims – Court processes and procedures can be confusing for victims of crime, automated notifications can ease their minds, keep them informed about upcoming hearing locations, times and court information. Getting advanced notice of a Court Hearing will give the victim time to make the necessary arrangements needed prior to attending the hearing. Such as child care, pet or house sitting or necessary travel arrangements. Another benefit for the Victims by receiving advanced notice this could help them physically and emotionally prepare themselves for the hearing or to testify.LE – Getting advance notice of court events can assist LE in avoiding scheduling conflicts with work assignments and/or scheduled vacation time. Will notify Law Enforcement of postponements and cancellations of court events, saving them time and unnecessary trips to the courthouse.
5 NMSAVIN.COM WEB SITE, and NOTIFICATIONS in English and SPANISH . . .
7 NM SAVIN:To protect the victims’ right to be notified of court proceedings in accordance with the New Mexico State Constitution – Victims’ Rights.To assist the district attorneys’ offices in meeting their legal requirement per statute to notify victims of an enumerated crime, of any upcoming court proceedings.
9 STATUTEProcedures for providing victims with notice of rights and information regarding prosecution of a criminal offense; district attorneys.A. Within seven working days after a district attorney files a formal charge against the accused for a criminal offense, the district attorney shall provide the victim of the criminal offense with:a copy of Article 2, Section 24 of the constitution of New Mexico, regarding victims' rights;a copy of the Victims of Crime Act [ NMSA 1978];a copy of the charge filed against the accused for the criminal offense;a clear and concise statement of the procedural steps generally involved in prosecuting a criminal offense; andthe name of a person within the district attorney's office whom the victim may contact for additional information regarding prosecution of the criminal offense.B. The district attorney's office shall provide the victim with oral or written notice, in a timely fashion, of a scheduled court proceeding attendant to the criminal offense.
10 Procedures for providing victims with notice of a court proceeding; courts; district attorneys.A court shall provide a district attorney's office with oral or written notice no later than seven working days prior to a scheduled court proceeding attendant to a criminal offense, unless a shorter notice period is reasonable under the circumstances.The district attorney's office shall convey the information concerning the scheduled court proceeding to the victim, (B) NMSA Victims of Crime Act.
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13 Enter limited amount of information Enter limited amount of information. You can enter as a guest one time using your address. If you try and use this address again it will ask you to register. Guest users have no control of modifying notifications once they have subscribed.User CAN SIGN UP AS Guest FOR ONE-TIME USE, OR REGISTER for multiple cases
14 BASIC CASE LOOKUP Enter as much information as you have Click search SubscribeChoose notification typeYou will be asked to registerViewSee offender informationYou will not be asked to registerBASIC CASE LOOKUP
15 CASE LOOK UPIf you registering to receive notifications for the first time, you’ll need to register yourself.To register as a user click on Register on the right-hand side of the pageThis will take you to the Registration Page
16 Now Enter you first and last name HERE You need to enter your address HERE. This will become your username each time you log into NMSAVIN.If you don’t have an address, use your own first Just be sure to write this down to help remember.Confirm your HERENext, give yourself a password that you will remember. This can be any combination of letters, numbers or symbols.Enter a Security question. This security question will be used if you forget your password, so make sure to select a question that you will remember the answer to. Type in the Answer to your Security Question HEREIf you want to receive your notifications in Spanish CLICK this BOX,When you have completed the form, click on SUBMIT [STOP. Next clip]You have now completed the registration process.
18 Choose notification type e-mail phone text Select either text or phone as a way to be notified of upcoming court events.
19 DASHBOARD see what NOTIFICATIONS have been sent to you, what cases you are registered to receive notificationsEach time you log in, you will be brought to your “Dashboard.” This is where you can see what NOTIFICATIONS have been sent to you, what cases you are registered to receive notifications on, modify which cases you are registered to receive notifications on, and update your contact information.But these fields will all be empty until you select or “subscribe” to cases.
20 This has specific answers to common questions. FAQ (ALSO IN SPANISH)
28 RESOURCES and victim services By area If you click on RESOURCES, you can find contact information for Law Enforcement, Domestic Violence support providers and other state and local resources in your county.Click on FAQ or Frequently Asked Questions for answers to common questions and for a description of what each notification you might receive means.Finally, you can click on CONTACTS to find phone number and contact information for your District Attorney’s office. To reach a Victim Advocate, call the District Attorney’s office closet to you and ask to speak with a victim advocate.RESOURCES and victim services By area
29 DA contact LINKSProvides Contact InformationDA office phoneDA office addressVictim Advocate addressGeographical informationCounties in relation to Districts