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Orders of Protection: What they are and how to get them  State-specific laws that might be useful for victims and survivors of domestic violence. This information is written in a Q & A format and is meant to provide you with easy-to-understand information.  "A continuación, verá leyes específicas de este estado que pueden ser útiles para víctimas y sobrevivientes de violencia doméstica. Esta información está escrita en un formato de “preguntas y respuestas” que busca proveerle información fácil de entender." Case lookup



VINE is a solution that lets victims of crime and other concerned citizens access timely and reliable information regarding offenders. It is offered free of charge to registrants, is completely confidential, and features multiple language support.

Offering peace of mind, the VINE service lets victims call a toll-free number, visit, or use the VINELink™ mobile app to anonymously check on an offender’s custody status.

Victims can also register to receive automated notifications about changes in that status via their choice of format: phone, email, or text. TTY (hearing impaired) service is also available.

If you haven't found what you need, you might find it on one of these pages: 


Legal Forms


The New Mexico SAVIN (State Automated Victim Information Notification) System is a free service that provides information to crime victims, crime victim’s families, witnesses, and any interested members of the public with case status and hearing notifications on Metropolitan Court, Magistrate and District Court criminal cases in the State of New Mexico. Registered users of this system can choose how they would like to receive their notifications: e-mail, text, or by telephone. Website is available in English and Spanish.

Co-Parenting problems? 

Need to manage co-parenting, but don't want your abuser to have your phone number? The OurFamilyWizard app might be the solution.
Note: they have fee-waivers and sliding scale fees available.
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