In 2014, the New Mexico Supreme Court recognized the Tribe's place in New Mexico and mandated that the Governor include the Fort Sill Apache in all Government to Government meetings and negotiations.
What does NMSC stand for?
NMSC stands for New Mexico Supreme Court (Santa Fe, NM)
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- National Marine Safety Committee (Australia)
- National Marketing & Sales Company
- National Memory Systems Corporation
- National Merit Scholarship Corporation
- National Middle School Conference
- Navy-Marine Corps Spectrum Center (US DoD)
- Nerve and Muscle Stimulating Current (therapy)
- Network Management Systems Certification
- Network Minimal Subset Cut
- New Market Skills Center (Washington)
- Newport Mesa Soccer Club (California)
- Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer
- Non-Metallic Sheathed Cable
- Non-Motile Sperm Count
- North Mississauga Soccer Club (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada)
- Northern Manitoba Sector Council (Manitoba, Canada)
- New Mexico State Corporation Commission
- New Mexico Society of Clinical Oncology (Albuquerque, NM)
- New Mexico Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Nuclear Materials Safeguards Control System
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The New Mexico Supreme Court declared the state ban unconstitutional in a ruling that is not being challenged.
The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled that a physician owes a duty to third parties injured by patients who had been injected with medications, such as narcotics, that are known to affect judgment and driving ability (Wilschinsky v.
16 on a case now before the New Mexico Supreme Court pitting two anthropologists over the work of Carlos Casteneda, whose books about self-discovery under the tutelage of a Yaqui Indian mystic drew millions of readers in the 1960s and 1970s.
In 1996, the New Mexico Supreme Court ruled in Clark vs.
I wish I had been given the chance, because the Court vacated the reversal I had won at the New Mexico Supreme Court, and I lost on remand.
The New Mexico Supreme Court is comprised of five justices elected for eight-year terms.
The New Mexico Supreme Court has added federal Indian law as a subject on the state bar exam, becoming the first state to do so.