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It’s been a busy year for the Hon. Pat A. Casados of the Los Alamos Magistrate Court.
She was elected by fellow judges to the Board of Directors of the New Mexico Magistrate Judges Association, completed a state-wide conference in search and seizure law, earned a professional certificate and ran a successful reelection campaign to a third consecutive four-year term.
“The board of directors of the association is a respected group of judges whose advice we seek frequently concerning legislative and policy matters and we are glad to have Judge Casados as an officer on the board,” said Karen James, Administrative Office of the Court, a judicial agency of the New Mexico Supreme Court.
Casados, 59, earned her professional certificate in Judicial Development for Special Jurisdiction Trial Skills from the National Judicial College.
“I took classes in Reno, Nev., Albuquerque and online and the level of education is fantastic,” Casados said. “It’s an interactive experience with other judges from across the country, which gives us a broader perspective in everything from managing our courts to sentencing.”
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