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By limiting our practice to certain areas of law, we are able to provide our clients with focused, zealous representation. Once we accept a new case, our entire team works together in a partnership with our client to obtain the best possible outcome. We understand that our work can change lives, so we fight every day to ensure our clients' interests are protected.
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News & Publications
On January 28, 2016 Kari T. Morrissey, attorney with with The Law Office of Nicole W. Moss, successfully argued for a directed verdict of acquittal in the case of State of New Mexico v. Donovan Young. This extremely rare ruling occurred after three and a half days of trial and resulted in the dismissal of all charges against Mr. Young, including first degree murder. For more information on this story, click on the link below.
On January 23, 2014, Nicole Moss, along with Len Walker, successfully negotiated a resolution to a class action lawsuit against the City of Tucumcari and city's Municipal Court judge, for systemic civil rights violations that had been ongoing for several years. As a result of the settlement, the Court changed the way it assessed fees for criminal defendants, agreed to provide representation to indigent defendant facing possible jail time and compensated citizens for fines and fees that had been illegally collected by the city for years. For more information on this story, click on on the button below.
An MDC guard has been accused of raping a female inmate at the Second Judicial District Courthouse on April 13, 2015. The woman was shackled at the wrists and ankles at the time of the assault. The guard was in his uniform and wearing a gun when he committed the assault. Ms. Moss, who has represented other women sexually assualted by correctional officers, also represents the victim in this matter. For more information, click on the button below.
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Law Office of Nicole W. Moss
201 12th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Areas of Practice
White Collar Crime