2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 30: Criminal Offenses
Article 1: General Provisions, 30-1-1 through 30-1-15
- Section 30-1-1: Name and effective date of code.
- Section 30-1-2: Application of code.
- Section 30-1-3: Construction of Criminal Code.
- Section 30-1-4: Crime defined.
- Section 30-1-5: Classification of crimes.
- Section 30-1-6: Classified crimes defined.
- Section 30-1-7: Degrees of felonies.
- Section 30-1-8: Time limitations for commencing prosecution.
- Section 30-1-9: Tolling of time limitation for prosecution for crimes.
- Section 30-1-9.1: Offenses against children; tolling of statute of limitations.
- Section 30-1-9.2: Criminal sexual penetration; tolling of statute of limitations.
- Section 30-1-10: Double jeopardy.
- Section 30-1-11: Criminal sentence permitted only upon conviction.
- Section 30-1-12: Definitions.
- Section 30-1-13: Accessory.
- Section 30-1-14: Venue.
- Section 30-1-15: Alleged victims of domestic abuse, stalking or sexual assault; forbearance of costs.
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