2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 30: Criminal Offenses
Article 3: Assault and Battery, 30-3-1 through 30-3-18
- Section 30-3-1: Assault.
- Section 30-3-2: Aggravated assault.
- Section 30-3-3: Assault with intent to commit a violent felony.
- Section 30-3-4: Battery.
- Section 30-3-5: Aggravated battery.
- Section 30-3-6: Reasonable detention; assault, battery, public affray or criminal damage to property.
- Section 30-3-7: Injury to pregnant woman.
- Section 30-3-8: Shooting at dwelling or occupied building; shooting at or from a motor vehicle.
- Section 30-3-8.1: Seizure and forfeiture of motor vehicle; procedure.
- Section 30-3-8.2: Court record of conviction; revocation of driver's license.
- Section 30-3-9: Assault; battery; school personnel.
- Section 30-3-9.1: Assault; battery; sports officials.
- Section 30-3-9.2: Assault; battery; health care personnel.
- Section 30-3-10: Short title.
- Section 30-3-11: Definitions.
- Section 30-3-12: Assault against a household member.
- Section 30-3-13: Aggravated assault against a household member.
- Section 30-3-14: Assault against a household member with intent to commit a violent felony.
- Section 30-3-15: Battery against a household member.
- Section 30-3-16: Aggravated battery against a household member.
- Section 30-3-17: Multiple convictions of battery or aggravated battery.
- Section 30-3-18: Criminal damage to property of household member; deprivation of property of household member.
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