First Thrift & Loan Ass’n v. State of New Mexico ex rel. Robinson, 304 P.2d 582, 588 (N.M. 1956).
“If we think them right, we follow and approve, and if convinced they are wrong, . . . we reject and decline to feel ourselves bound.
State ex rel. Madrid v. Turner, No. 26,035 (n.M. Dec. 14. 1999)
The Attorney General sought a writ of mandamus commanding the state’s Natural Resources Trustee not to give any effect to an agreement reached with alleged polluters because the Attorney General had not signed the agreement and it was therefore unenforceable against the state. In granting the writ of mandamus, the New Mexico supreme court said,…