Metropolitan Court Judge, Div. 8 (D) - Jill M. Martinez - Albuquerque Journal

Metropolitan Court Judge, Div. 8 (D) — Jill M. Martinez

Jill M. Martinez

OCCUPATION: Attorney/Owner of Law Offices of Jill Martinez

CITY/TOWN OF RESIDENCE: Albuquerque

PARTY: Democrat

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: As a former prosecutor and defense attorney, I bring substantial criminal law experience to the bench

EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science, Troy State University, double majorin criminal Science and Business

JD – University of Idaho School of Law

CAMPAIGN WEBSITE: www.martinez4metrocourt.com

CANDIDATE STATEMENT: (In 100 words or fewer, say why you are a candidate for this judgeship.)

As a former prosecutor and private defense attorney, I have experience on both sides—prosecution and defense. This unique experience enhances my ability to be fair and impartial, giving me a perspective that my opponent lacks. I have dedicated my career to public service, from the District Attorney’s Office to my pro bono work defending military veterans. As a Metro Court Judge, I will continue to serve the citizens of Bernalillo County, combining experience with a commitment to justice.

1. Have you or your business, if you are a business owner, ever been the subject of any state or federal tax liens? No

2. Have you ever been involved in a personal or business bankruptcy proceeding? No

3. Have you ever been arrested for, charged with, or convicted of drunken driving, any misdemeanor or any felony in New Mexico or any other state? No.

 

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