You are not clear about the specifics of the battery charge however I can tell you that the false imprisonment is a serious offense. It is usually accompanied by a charge of kidnapping, as well.
Under NM law you can be imprisoned for your first offense of this nature. If you are employed or in school, have a steady residence, are not a danger to the general public and/or a risk of flight, then you are a good candidate for a probationary sentence.
You need to get a good attorney. Due to the nature of these domestic violence charges, they are often ver defenseable.
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