Default Judgment On Cash Bond Form. This is a New Mexico form and can be use in Criminal Statewide.
Tags: Default Judgment On Cash Bond, 9-310, New Mexico Statewide, Criminal
Page 1 of 2 9-310 [For use with District Court Rule 5-406 NMRA, Magistrate Court Rule 6-406 NMRA, Metropolitan Court Rule 7-406 NMRA and Municipal Court Rule 8-406 NMRA] STATE OF NEW MEXICO [COUNTY OF___________________] [CITY OF_____________________] __________________________ COURT No. ___________ [STATE OF NEW MEXICO] [COUNTY OF __________________] [CITY OF ____________________] v. ________________________________, Defendant and ______________________________, (surety) ______________________________, (surety) DEFAULT JUDGMENT ON CASH BOND This matter coming on for hearing before this court, THE COURT FINDS: The defendant [and the defendant's sureties] previously signed an [appearance] [bail] bond agreeing that the defendant would appear at such times and places as may be required by this court; The defendant failed to appear as required; This court served a Notice of Forfeiture and Order to Show Cause on the clerk of the court forfeiting the defendant's bond more than thirty (30) days prior to this hearing; The clerk of the court mailed to the defendant [and the defendant's sureties] the Notice of Forfeiture and Order to Show Cause why default judgment should not be entered on the forfeited bond; The forfeited bond has not been set aside, the defendant has not been surrendered into custody and good cause has not been shown why default judgment should not be entered. IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that judgment be and the same is hereby entered against the defendant [and the defendant's sureties] for the full amount of the cash bond previously deposited with the court. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com http://www.supremecourt.nm.org./supctforms/dc-criminal/VIEW/9-310.html 11/28/2007 Page 2 of 2 Date:__________________________ __________________________ Judge [Effective December 10, 2007.] American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com http://www.supremecourt.nm.org./supctforms/dc-criminal/VIEW/9-310.html 11/28/2007