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Legal Information: New Mexico

Statutes: New Mexico

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Updated: 
February 28, 2020

§ 30-3-18. Criminal damage to property of household member; deprivation of property of household member

A. Criminal damage to the property of a household member consists of intentionally damaging real, personal, community or jointly owned property of a household member with the intent to intimidate, threaten or harass that household member.

B. Whoever commits criminal damage to the property of a household member is guilty of a misdemeanor, except that when the damage to the household member’s interest in the property amounts to more than one thousand dollars ($1,000), the offender is guilty of a fourth degree felony.

C. Deprivation of the property of a household member consists of intentionally depriving a household member of the use of separate, community or jointly owned personal property of the household member with the intent to intimidate or threaten that household member.

D. Whoever commits deprivation of the property of a household member is guilty of a misdemeanor.