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Fifth Judicial District Court - Eddy County
102 N. Canal St.
Monday - Friday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
Hon. James M. Hudson
There is no parking at the courthouse itself (except for handicapped individuals with proper documentation). You cannot park at any businesses or private residences. Most businesses and residential homeowners will tow your vehicle. The Court will not be responsible if your vehicle is towed.
The following items shall not be brought into the building: firearms, knives (including small pocket knives), scissors or anything with a cutting edge, no tools, any type of spray, no drugs or drug paraphernalia, or any other item identified as a weapon by the security personnel. No photographic or audio-visual equipment of any type including cameras, video or audio recorders or players are allowed without prior court approval. All cell phones must be turned off before entering a courtroom. House shoes and shower shoes are not permitted. Sandals are permitted. Flip flops are not allowed in the courtrooms. No person shall wear shorts, tank tops, halter tops, muscle shirts, sweat pants, or anything exposing the midriffs or underwear. No person shall wear clothing that displays gang symbols. Hats, ball caps and sunglasses shall be removed upon entry into the Courthouse. No pets are allowed in the Courthouse (exception: dogs assisting vision or medically impaired individuals). Individuals are not permitted to enter the courtroom with food or drink. Parties should refrain from chewing gum while their case is being litigated. Use of tobacco and E-Cigarette products are prohibited inside the Courthouse.
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Handicapped parking is available in front of the courthouse.
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The Fifth Judicial District is one of the largest districts in the State of New Mexico. In 1905, Lincoln and Socorro Counties became part of the Third Judicial District leaving Chaves, Eddy and Roosevelt Counties as the Fifth Judicial District. In 1909, Curry County was created and added to the district. In 1917, Lea and DeBaca Counties became part of the district. In 1921, Curry, Quay, Roosevelt and DeBaca Counties became the Ninth Judicial District, leaving Chaves, Eddy and Lea Counties as the Fifth Judicial District.