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Alisa Hadfield

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Alisa Hadfield
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Current Court Information:
New Mexico Second Judicial District Court
Title:   Judge
Position:   Division 21
Appointed by:   Gov. Bill Richardson
Active:   2010-12/31/2020
Succeeded by:   Angela A. Jewell
Personal History
Party:   Republican
Law School:   Hofstra School of Law
Candidate 2012:
Candidate for:  Second Judicial District Court
State:  New Mexico
Election information 2012:
Incumbent:  Yes
Primary date:  June 5, 2012
Primary vote:  100%ApprovedA
Election date:  November 6, 2012
Election vote:  57.08%ApprovedA
Candidate 2014:
Candidate for:  2nd District Court
Position:  Retention
State:  New Mexico
Election information 2014:
Incumbent:  Yes
Election date:  11/4/2014

Alisa Hadfield is a judge on the Second Judicial District Court in New Mexico. She was appointed by Governor Bill Richardson in December 2010 to succeed Angela A. Jewell, and was elected by voters in 2012.[1][2] She was retained in 2014 for a term that expires on December 31, 2020.[3]



See also: New Mexico judicial elections, 2014
Hadfield ran for retention to the 2nd District Court. The general election took place on November 4, 2014.[3]

Judicial performance evaluation

The New Mexico Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission recommended that Judge Hadfield be retained. The full report is available here.


Main page: New Mexico judicial elections, 2012

Alisa Hadfield defeated the winner of the Republican primary, David A. Standridge, in the general election, winning 57.08 percent of the vote.[1]


Hadfield received her J.D. from Hofstra School of Law in New York.[2]


Prior to joining the court, Hadfield served as a prosecutor and assistant public defender in the area of criminal law; she was assigned to children's court and represented minors. After her initial public service, she worked as a private practice attorney.[4][5]

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