Judge Carlton Gray
201 W. Chaco St.
Aztec, NM 87410
|Methods of Payment:||Cash, Check, Money Order or Credit Card|
|or Pay On-line:||Pay Court Fines/Fees On-line through City Pay USA Secure Server|
|Hours:||Monday - Thursday
7:00 am to 5:30 pm
|Hearings/Trials||Monday -Thursday||7:00 am – 4:00 pm|
|Video Arraignments||Monday -Thursday||9:00 am|
|Bond Out Days||Tuesday & Thursday||8:00 am|
|Attorney Pre-trials/Trials||Wednesday||10:00 am|
|Window Hours||Monday -Thursday||7:00 am - 5:30 pm|
The Municipal Court for the City of Aztec can be found in the Police and Municipal Court building of the Main Municipal Complex, located at 201 W. Chaco St. The position of municipal judge is an elected position by the citizens of Aztec. Our current judge is the Honorable Carlton Gray.
Warrants are for failure to appear in court or failure to pay fines.
Complete listing of Court Fees/Fines found within Chapter 1, Section 12, of the Aztec City Code. In addition, the fees below may apply.
Sec. 13-10. Corrections Fee Assessment.
- The municipal judge shall collect a corrections fee of twenty dollars ($20.00) upon conviction, from persons convicted of violating any ordinance which may be enforced by the imposition of a term of imprisonment.
- All money collected pursuant for correction fee assessment shall be deposited in a special fund in the municipal treasury and shall be used for:
- A municipality may credit the interest collected from fees deposited in the special fund to the municipality's general fund.
(Code 2007, 13-10)
(1) Municipal jailer or juvenile detention officer training;
(2) The construction planning, construction, operation and maintenance of a municipal jail, or juvenile detention facility;
(3) Paying the cost of housing municipal prisoners in a county jail to detention facility or housing juveniles in a detention facilities;
(4) Complying with match or contribution requirements for the receipt of federal funds relating to jails or juvenile detention facilities;
(5) Providing inpatient treatment or other substance abuse programs in conjunction with or as an alternative to jail sentencing;
(6) Defraying the cost of transporting prisoners to jails or juveniles to juvenile detention facilities; or
(7) Providing electronic monitoring system.
Sec. 13-11. Judicial Fee Assessment.
- The municipal judge shall collect a judicial fee upon conviction, from persons convicted of violating any ordinance which may be enforced by the imposition of a term of imprisonment. The judicial fee is established in Section 1-12-3 Mandatory Fees Collected upon Conviction.
(Ord. 2010-388, eff. 2010-AUG-04)
- The municipal judge shall collect a judicial education fee upon conviction, from persons convicted of violating any ordinance which may be enforced by the imposition of a term of imprisonment. The judicial education fee is established in Section 1-12-3.
(Ord. 2009-376, eff. 2009-AUG-19; Code 2007, 13-11)