Thank you for the details.
This looks like Aggravated Assault upon a Peace Officer.
I have linked you to the statute. It is a third degree felony in New Mexico.
The penalty for a third degree felony is anywhere from up to 2 years of prison to 6. However, she has 6 counts of this charge, because she allegedly targeted 6 different officers. So, she could, theoretically face 12 years of prison on the low end or 36 on the high end, if convicted on all counts and then they were run consecutively rather than concurrently.
This is why I said to you that it sounds like something must be wrong with the case. Facing this kind of potential time, even on a first arrest, I would expect very high bail to have been set.
Whether these counts are likely to be consecutive will depend in part on whether this was one act or 6 separate acts. From the way you describe it, there are at least two. The hitting an officer while she was being cuffed is not as serious asusing a car to try to mow one down.
Without seeing the video and having the exact information about this case that this woman's lawyer does, I can only guess. But it's safe to say she could risks anywhere from as little as 2 years for all this or as much as 36.