Diana A. Martwick, Esq.
Legal Solutions Of New Mexico
Diana A. Martwick has been licensed in New Mexico since 1998. She has experience in family law, criminal defense, motor vehicle, administrative law and general litigation matters. Diana’s career in New Mexico has also included working as Chief General Counsel at Regulations and Licensing Department and at Taxation and Revenue. Diana has moved from Southern New Mexico where she was elected twice as District Attorney.
Diana attended college at the University of California, Irvine before entering law school. She graduated cum laude from the University of California at Irvine. Diana went on to the University of Denver College of Law on an academic scholarship. While she was in law school, she was chosen to be a member of the University of Denver’s Trial Team. She was the regional winner of the American Trial Lawyers National Student Trial Advocacy Competition having competed against approximately fifty other trial teams in 1998. Diana has successfully prosecuted and defended many cases including murder, arson, kidnapping, and domestic violence. She is active in her local community and enjoys the New Mexico culture, sunsets and the outdoors. Diana chose her profile picture from her 5th grade class photo and thinks she looks almost the same now.
Diana used to enjoy Cowboy Mounted Shooting until she was skewered by a tree branch. A few years later after she got rid of her horses, she thought she could try it again. She started out by ordering a pair of cowboy boots online. They didn't fit. So, she took that as a sign.
Diana now enjoys Forrest Fenn treasure hunting in Northern New Mexico. She swears she has almost found the spot (don’t ask her where). She also enjoys screenwriting and improv comedy acting classes. She loves New Mexico green chile way too much and is known to even put it on her ice cream. Diana is perhaps best known for her acting role in a small independent film in 1988 as “Girl in Hallway” and she still remembers her one line.