Davis’ documents “Misplaced”: Albuquerque D.A.’s office doesn’t want the blame

As has been mentioned on this blog before, this past summer Pat Davis executive director for Progress Now New Mexico had a rude awakening early one morning when his sports car slammed into another car.  Davis had been drinking and ended up at the police station arrested on an aggravated DWI charge.

(More of my blogposts on Pat Davis’ DWI saga can be found here.)

Yesterday I mentioned how Pat Davis is using his connections to wiggle out of facing the the consequences of his DWI.  Aggravated DWI carries a drivers license revocation.  Of course Davis, does not want to face the consequences of his misdeeds, so he has been working overtime and reaching out to his friends and contacts to help him out of a tight spot.

“Misplacing” and “losing” paperwork

Davis worked as Public Information Director for the Albuquerque District Attorney’s office a few years back, so he knows the folks in the D.A.’s office well.   Davis knows he can rely on his friends including D.A. Kari Brandenburg his former boss.  How can the D.A.’s office turn away a fellow Democrat and far Left activist when he needs help?

There’s no denying that it would be improper for Brandenburg’s office to handle Davis’ case.  That’s why the Albuquerque D.A.’s office conflicted (deferred) the case to the 13th District Attorney’s office.

Giving Davis assistance

In order for the state drivers license revocation hearing to take place, the state’s Tax and Revenue Department (which oversees the DMV, drivers licenses) would need to have a copy of Davis’ DWI paperwork.  The usual path for the paperwork to travel would be for the D.A.’s office to get a copy from the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s office and the D.A.’s office would send their copy on to the state Tax and Revenue Dept.  However, in Davis case, the D.A.’s office conveniently never sent the state Tax and Revenue Department the paperwork.  It got lost, “misplaced.”   Very convenient for Davis, right?

Out of thousands of arrest records in Bernalillo County last year, only FOUR were lost.  What are the chances that the paperwork for a hard-Left activist would be caught up in something so unlikely?

After yesterday’s blogpost, here’s what the Albuquerque 2nd District District Attorney’s office has to say:

So…how was the paperwork “misplaced?” Did Albuquerque’s 2nd D.A.’s office ever hand over the paperwork to the 13th D.A.’s office when they conflicted the case?  Did the 13th D.A.’s office take part in “misplacing” Pat Davis’ paperwork by request of Albuquerque D.A.’s office?

In the tweet above the Albuquerque D.A.’s office attempts to shift responsibility and blame for the lost paperwork to 13th D.A. Lemuel Martinez’ office.

Who misplaced the documents that were supposed to be sent to the state’s Tax and Revenue Department?  Who is responsible for trying to lose the paperwork so that the DWI license revocation hearing would not happen or would be postponed?  Who gets the credit for trying to commit a felony?

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One thought on “Davis’ documents “Misplaced”: Albuquerque D.A.’s office doesn’t want the blame

  1. So what would prevent duplicate paperwork from BCSO to be sent directly to T&R? Nevermind protocol,we’re long past that.


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