2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 29: Law Enforcement
Article 3: Identification of Criminals, 29-3-1 through 29-3-12
Section 29-3-4: State agencies; cooperation.


NM Stat § 29-3-4 (1996 through 1st Sess 50th Legis) What's This?

29-3-4. State agencies; cooperation.

It shall be the duty of the university of New Mexico, the human services department, the health and environment department and all other state departments, bureaus, boards, commissions, institutions and officials, free of charge or reward, to cooperate with the law enforcement officers of the state and the New Mexico state police, and to render to them such services and assistance relative to microanalysis, handwriting, toxicology, chemistry, photography, medicine, ballistics and all other sciences and matters relating to or that would aid in controlling crime and the detection, apprehension, identification and prosecution of criminals.

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