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|Current Court Information:|
|New Mexico Fourth Judicial District Court|
|Law School:||University of New Mexico School of Law|
Eugenio Mathis was a district court judge in the Fourth Judicial District of New Mexico. Mathis resigned from the court on February 28, 2013 amid allegations of improper conduct during the workday.
Awards and associations
In 1997, Mathis received the Outstanding Las Vegan Award from the Hispano Chamber of Commerce.
Mathis resigned on February 28, 2013 amid allegations that he engaged in improper instant messaging during the workday. The New Mexico Judicial Standards Commission also claimed that some communications with his wife were sexual in nature. Judge Mathis admitted to violating the court computer and internet use policy; making disparaging comments about other judges; referring to parties in a case as acting crazy; and making judicial statements about pending cases.
|“||While my legacy is almost assuredly tarnished by these recent events, I am proud of the many accomplishments that occurred during my tenure. The most notable being the construction of the new courthouse, the establishment of the third judgeship and the selection of the Fourth Judicial District as the first court to implement the statewide court management system. - Eugenio Mathis||”|
- Judges of the 4th Judicial District Court
- Judge Mathis's Bio
- ABA Journal, "Judge resigns after admitting improper IMs with wife during court, but denies steamy content," March 5, 2013
- The Associated Press, "Las Vegas judge quits amid allegations," March 5, 2013
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.