J. D., University of Utah
B. A., Political Science, University of Utah
Professor Hayes practiced law for ten years, nine as a prosecutor in New Mexico. He is certified as an instructor by the New Mexico Department of Public Safety.
Research and academic interests
Criminal Law and Procedure, Ethics, Community Policing, Restorative Justice
Hobbies and Personal Interests
University and community service
Chair of Behavioral Sciences Department; Curriculum and Instruction Committee; Alpha Phi Sigma faculty advisor; Criminal Justice Club faculty advisor; Pre-Law Minor advisor; Restorative Justice; Community Center board member.
Papers and publications
"The New Federalism: New Mexico's Experience with Independent State Constitutional Analysis"
"Does Whren vs. U.S. Invalidate the Tenth Circuit's Inquiry into Whether a Roadblock is Pretextual"
"Sixth Judicial District Attorney's Office Charging Manual"
"Criminal Justice Articulation in New Mexico"
Legality of Police Officer Physical Testing Standards in New Mexico"
"Act as if your mother were watching your every move (unless your mother is a sociopath)."