Governmental Conduct

SANTA FE, N.M.  — The New Mexico Court of Appeals reversed the dismissal of charges against a former county treasurer, a former magistrate judge and a current district attorney accused of violating the state’s Governmental Conduct Act. 

The treasurer allegedly pursued an unwanted sexual relationship with an employee, the judge allegedly recorded colleagues in a secure area, and the district attorney is accused of intimidating officers who were investigating allegations she improperly used a state vehicle for personal use.

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