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I am a government employee. Will I still be compensated?

If you are employed by the city of Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, UNM, UNMH, CNM, APS, or the State of New Mexico, you will not be compensated by the court for your jury service, as it is the court’s understanding that you will continue to receive your hourly pay while on jury duty. If, however, you report for jury service on your own time, instead of your regular working hours, it is your responsibility to inform us so that you can be personally credited and paid. If you do not inform us of this before the end of your session, it will be too late.

If you are a federal employee, payment for your service will be issued to you. Please check with your Human Resources department to determine how they would like to have your pay processed.

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Address

400 Lomas ​Blvd NW
Room 127, 1st Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Contact

Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Phone: 505-841-7507
Petit Code-a-Phone: 505-841-7510
Grand Jury Phone: 505-841-7545
Grand Jury Code-a-Phone: 505-841-7419

Jury Email: albdjury@nmcourts.gov
Grand Jury Email: albdgjury@nmcourts.gov

Disclaimer:  All efforts are made to ensure that information and links are accurate and current. However, users should not cite this information as an official or authoritative source and are advised to independently verify all information. Visitors to this site agree that the Second Judicial District Court of the State of New Mexico is not liable for errors or omissions of any of the information provided. Information contained on this web site should in no way be construed as legal advice. Users should contact an attorney if they require legal assistance or advice.