Governor Matt Mead has appointed William L. (Bill) Simpson to be District Court Judge for the Fifth Judicial District. Simpson fills the vacancy occurring in the District’s Park County, Cody office with the retirement of Judge Steven Cranfill effective July 31, 2017.Read More
Miss Piggy, resplendent in a cocktail dress, white gloves and a string of pearls, gave opening testimony at the trial of the State vs. Alexander T. Wolf (aka the Big Bad Wolf) for committing two counts of misdemeanor animal cruelty. Mr. Wolf allegedly caused the undue suffering of little pigs Pork and Babe, which compelled them to seek safety in Miss Piggy’s brick house (Kermit the Frog was visiting at the time). Supreme Court Justice Kate Fox and some of the Court’s staff attorneys provided a rendition of the classic fairy tale as a mock trial for the 2017 Girls State delegates on June 12th.Read More
The Wyoming Supreme Court is pleased to announce the names of newly recommended attorneys from the Board of Law Examiners and the Character and Fitness Committee for the month of June 2017:Read More
Governor Matt Mead has appointed F. Scott Peasley to be District Court Judge for the Eighth Judicial District. Peasley fills the vacancy occurring in Converse County with the retirement of Judge John Brooks effective August 4, 2017. The District serves Converse, Niobrara, Platte and Goshen Counties.Read More
Not only will District Judge Wade Waldrip be sorely missed as a jurist, he’ll also be missed as a “law school recruiter” when he retires his black robe. Barb Casados, the judge’s Judicial Assistant, commented, “He has been an inspiration to a lot of people—at least two newspaper reporters, one student intern, and one defendant have graduated from law school because of his influence.”Read More
On behalf of the Judicial Nominating Commission, Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke, who serves as chairman, announced today that the commission has completed its consideration of all who have expressed interest in the position of District Court Judge in the Fifth Judicial District. Pursuant to Article 5, § 4 of the Wyoming Constitution, the Judicial Nominating Commission submitted three nominees for the position to Governor Matthew H. Mead for his consideration.Read More
On behalf of the Judicial Nominating Commission, Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke, who serves as chairman, announced today that the commission has completed its consideration of all who have expressed interest in the position of District Court Judge in the Eighth Judicial District. Pursuant to Article 5, § 4 of the Wyoming Constitution, the Judicial Nominating Commission submitted three nominees for the position to Governor Matthew H. Mead for his consideration.Read More
Governor Matt Mead has appointed Dawnessa Snyder to be District Court Judge for the Second Judicial District in Carbon County. Snyder fills the vacancy occurring with the retirement of Judge Wade Waldrip on July 7th.Read More
The Office of Court Administration continues to work diligently on the information technology projects currently underway. Since the previous update, the case management system committees for both the circuit and district courts have continued to meet weekly to familiarize themselves with the system and continue work on configuring FullCourt Enterprise to coincide with the needs of the State. The committees have also participated in another round of gap sessions with Justice Systems Inc. to review the system’s functionality and attempt to recognize the gaps in the system where additional functionality may be needed.Read More
On behalf of the Judicial Nominating Commission, Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke, who serves as chairman, announced today that the commission has completed its consideration of all who have expressed interest in the position of District Court Judge in the Second Judicial District. Pursuant to Article 5, § 4 of the Wyoming Constitution, the Judicial Nominating Commission submitted three nominees for the position to Governor Matthew H. Mead for his consideration.Read More
[Judge Waldrip-Rawlins] - A "dangerous criminal" faced serious charges in Carbon County District Court Judge Wade Waldrip's courtroom Tuesday morning. Chained and shackled, Jim Time showed little remorse as his charges were read aloud, each one eliciting snickers from the audience. "The State alleges that you have inflicted miserable abuse on children," Waldrip said. "Specifically the State has alleged that you required fitness testing, sit-ups, push-ups, pull-ups, and running the mile, all in violation of Wyoming law."Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke, who acts as Chairman of the Judicial Nominating Commission, announced today that Fifth Judicial District Court Judge Steven Cranfill will be retiring from the court, effective July 31, 2017.Read More
[Judge Cranfill-Cody] - Livingston students who recently attended a mock arraignment at the [Park] county courthouse may have expected a run-of-the-mill court proceeding. They were in for a surprise, however, when the face of the day's "criminal" was one they recognized.Read More
The Wyoming Supreme Court has launched a new Judicial Learning Center website, which can be accessed at jlc.wyo.gov. The Judicial Learning Center opened on January 9, 2017 and is located in the Wyoming Supreme Court, State Law Library. Attorneys, teachers, students and others may now access Judicial Learning Center games and resources online.Read More
The Judicial Nominating Commission will accept expressions of interest from qualified persons to fill the vacancy through April 17, 2017. Copies of the expression of interest form can be obtained from the Supreme Court’s website, http://www.courts.state.wy.us/Administration/Careers. The completed form must be received in the office of the Chief Justice no later than 5:00 p.m., on April 17, 2017.Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke was elected to the Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ) Board by a vote of the general membership at the midyear meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona on February 1, 2017. The Conference of Chief Justices was founded in 1949 to provide an opportunity for the highest judicial officers of the states to meet and discuss matters of importance in improving the administration of justice, rules and methods of procedure, and the organization and operation of state courts and judicial systems, and to make recommendations and bring about improvements on such matters.
Membership in the Conference of Chief Justices consists of the highest judicial officer of the fifty states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the territories of American Samoa, Guam and the Virgin Islands. The Conference of Chief Justices is governed by a Board of Directors.
Chief Justice Burke also serves on the CCJ/COSCA's Access, Fairness and Public Trust Committee, Meeting Planning Committee, Education Committee, and is Co-Vice Chair of the Criminal Justice Committee.
Wyoming Supreme Court Justice William U. Hill will be recognized as a recipient of the 2017 University of Wyoming College of Law Distinguished Alumni Award at the Honors Banquet on April 7, 2017. The achievements of Justice Hill and other honorees will be acknowledged at this annual event.Read More
Western Wyoming Community College is pleased to partner with the Wyoming Supreme Court, the District and Circuit Court Judges of the Third Judicial District, and the Sweetwater County Bar Association to present two free events to the citizens of Sweetwater County.Read More
The Judicial Nominating Commission will accept expressions of interest from qualified persons to fill the vacancy through March 29, 2017. Copies of the expression of interest form can be obtained from the Supreme Court’s website, http://www.courts.state.wy.us/Administration/Careers. The completed form must be received in the office of the Chief Justice no later than 5:00 p.m., on March 29, 2017.Read More
The Office of Court Administration is currently working on a number of large information technology projects that will improve efficiency and effectiveness in our court system, increase access to court records, and increase public trust in our judiciary. These projects include the implementation of a new case management system in both the district and circuit courts, electronic filing in the district courts, judges’ tools in the district courts, which will allow a judge to more efficiently find case information and organize it in a manner that best suits each individual judge, public access, and a new jury management system. Nearly ten committees have been formed to tackle these large-scale projects. Justice Davis at the Supreme Court is overseeing the projects, as well as the various committees, which encompass six judges from both circuit and district courts, nearly fifteen clerks from both levels of the court system, judicial assistants, a court reporter and a number of attorneys. We hope to include input from all stakeholders to ensure that the systems produced work as effectively and efficiently for the State of Wyoming as possible. A number of the committees are already actively participating in configuring the various systems to ensure their workability across the state.
Court administration is currently on schedule to begin piloting the new case management system in the summer of 2018, followed by a roll out across the state beginning in January 2019. Once the roll out is complete both circuit and district courts will be using the same system, which will promote uniformity. The vendor, Justice Systems, Inc. (JSI), has provided the case management system in the circuit courts for a number of years, and will be providing its newest system, FullCourt Enterprise, to our courts. The circuit courts and court administration has worked with JSI for many years, and believes they will be a worthy and productive partner in this newest endeavor. The district court and circuit court case management system committees have had a number of meetings and a long two-day work session, with each committee, to begin working through the system and determining how it should be configured to best suit the business practices of the clerks.
Court administration will also provide aiSmartBench, a product of Mentis Technology, to the district court judges, which will allow each judge to pull different information from a number of resources to assist in working through their cases. Judges will also be able to share information seamlessly with their chambers and with court clerks if they so choose. The committee assigned to configure aiSmartBench will begin work shortly, and the application is scheduled to be rolled out along with the new case management system to begin in the summer of 2018.
Court administration is currently working with a company called Tybera Inc. to provide an electronic filing system for the district courts. Because electronic filing sits on top of, and relies heavily on the case management system, the roll-out of electronic filing in the district courts will come on the heels of the roll out of the new case management system. Once the configuration of this system ramps up we anticipate in-depth participation from attorneys around the state.
Providing easily accessible information from the courts is critical to ensuring public trust in the judiciary. With the help of the public access committee, court administration will build a new system to provide access to the public which can be used from any place with an internet connection and a browser. This committee will begin working on the public access components in the next few weeks, and the new system will be built and ready for roll out along with the new case management system and judges’ tools.
Another project which will instill confidence in the judiciary from the point of view of the public is the new jury management system. The new system will provide a convenient method for citizens to access the court and provide the requisite information to the court when called for jury duty. Citizens will be able to answer questionnaires online, and will be given options regarding the method of communication with the courts – email, text, or phone call. The jury lists will also be more accurate through partnerships with vital statistics and National Change of Address.
The timelines for these projects are ambitious, but with the efforts of the hard-working administrative staff and the essential contributions from stakeholders, we are confident that these timelines can be realized. With the completion of these projects the judiciary and the public can be confident that justice will be served in a more efficient and effective manner.
The information contained herein will be updated no later than May 1, 2017.
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke is pleased to announce that Patricia Bennett, MPA, JD, has accepted the position as Clerk of the Supreme Court. Ms. Bennett’s first day at the Court will be February 27, 2017.
Patty Bennett is an attorney dedicated to promoting access to the Wyoming legal system. In her private practice, Ms. Bennett focused primarily on criminal defense and family law. Ms. Bennett also worked a multitude of cases as a contract public defender as well as representing civil indigent clients. Most recently, Ms. Bennett and her husband, Michael, operated a law firm in Rawlins, Wyoming. Patty received her undergraduate degree from San Diego State University. Later she earned a MPA and a JD from the University of Wyoming. In 2014, Ms. Bennett retired from the Wyoming Army National Guard where she served in several assignments before completing her military career as a Judge Advocate.
“It is a tremendous honor to continue serving Wyoming in my new role as the Clerk of the Supreme Court. I hope my diverse career and life experiences will be an asset to the Supreme Court and the people of Wyoming,” Ms. Bennett said.
All Rise . . . to congratulate Supreme Court Clerk Carol Thompson on her upcoming retirement and to welcome Patty Bennett as the new Clerk of Court.
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke recently announced the retirement of the Clerk of Court Carol Thompson, effective February 28, 2017. Carol has served as Clerk since her appointment to the position in February, 2012. Carol joined the Court in August 1994, when she was appointed Deputy Clerk, serving in that position for 12 years until she became Chief Deputy Clerk in 2006. During her tenure as Clerk, Ms. Thompson expanded public accessibility to more complete dockets by implementing the scanning of documents that were paper filings. No longer do gaps appear on the Court’s docket when one or more parties to a case is not an electronic filer. In an effort to bring e-filing to the Court’s entire docket, she advocated for electronic filing in attorney and judicial disciplinary cases. Ms. Thompson has dedicated her career to serving the public and to that end when she learned of a sister state’s practitioner’s guide for oral argument, she revised it for Wyoming attorneys and their staffs; it is now posted on the Judicial Branch website. Carol served on the Permanent Rules Advisory Committee - Appellate Division; the Wyoming State Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB); and the Convention Assistance Committee. She is also a member of the National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks. Carol commented, “It has truly been a pleasure to serve the citizens of the State of Wyoming as first a Deputy then Clerk of the Supreme Court. I would be remiss if I did not give Clerk of Court Judy Pacheco (retired) special thanks for her guidance throughout much of my career. I am proud to be part of one of the first state appellate courts to have electronic filing with an accessible public docket. I wish Ms. Bennett success in her appointment and hope that the legacy of public service this office has established continues under her leadership.”
“Carol has served with great dedication and distinction for nearly 23 years,” said Chief Justice Burke. “Her contributions to this Court, the judicial branch and the citizens of this State have been significant. She will be missed. We wish Carol and her family the best in retirement.”
Chief Justice Burke also announced that Patty Bennett has been chosen to replace Carol Thompson as Wyoming Supreme Court Clerk. Ms. Bennett is a graduate of the University of Wyoming College of Law. She was most recently a partner in the Bennett Law Group, P.C., of Rawlins, Wyoming, and has practiced in both Federal and State courts.
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Paul Phillips Sworn in as Circuit Court Judge, Sixth Judicial DistrictRead More
Delivered by Chief Justice Burke before a Joint Session of the Wyoming Legislature at the Jonah Business Center.Read More
In the Albany County District Courtroom, before a standing-room-only crowd of family, friends, and colleagues, Tori R.A. Kricken was sworn in as District Judge for the Second Judicial District, Albany County, Wyoming. Judge Kricken was appointed by Governor Mead to fill the vacancy created by Judge Jeffrey Donnell’s retirement. Chief Justice E. James Burke presided over the ceremony, and remarks were made by several special guests: Governor Matt Mead, Professor John Burman, retired District Judge Jeffrey Donnell, and Dawnessa Snyder, Vice President of the Wyoming State Bar.
Judge Kricken received her law degree, as well as bachelor’s degree in business administration, from the University of Wyoming. She most recently worked as a staff attorney for the Second Judicial District. She previously worked in private practice in Laramie and as a hearing examiner for the Office of Administrative Hearings in Cheyenne. Judge Kricken has served as District Court Commissioner, Circuit Court Magistrate, and DUI/Drug Court Judge—all for the Second Judicial District—and as a Municipal Court Magistrate in Laramie since 2014. For the past 12 years, she has also taught as a visiting or adjunct professor at the UW College of Law.
Judge Kricken commented that she is “dedicated to upholding the honor and integrity of the Court and to serving the citizens of Albany County and the State of Wyoming.”Read More
In late November, Judge Matt Castano, Circuit Court Judge for Crook and Weston Counties, presented an outreach program titled “Judicially Speaking” to 20 seventh and eighth grade students at the UW Lab School in Laramie. Judge Castano commented that it “was a total kick in the pants! It was really fun.”Read More
On December 14, 2016, Judge Harrington, Circuit Court Judge for the Fifth Judicial District, facilitated a training with the Big Horn County victims advocacy program (CARES) in Basin, Wyoming. Those in attendance were from Wyoming CARES, the Lovell, Basin, Greybull and Cowley Police Departments, the Big Horn County Attorney’s Office, and the Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department. The second edition of the Wyoming Coalition’s Wyoming Domestic Violence Benchbook, A practical and comprehensive source of information and law, was used as a resource for the training. Law enforcement personnel will receive POST credit for attending. Judge Harrington commented, “The time was well spent and all participants gained an understanding of the other agencies’ needs and perspectives.” A mock trial is being planned for February as training for law enforcement personnel and county attorneys.Read More
The grand opening of the new Judicial Learning Center, located at the Wyoming Supreme Court, will be held on January 9, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. After the ribbon cutting, it will be free and open to the public during regular business hours.Read More
Governor Matt Mead has selected Tori R. A. Kricken as the District Court Judge for the Second Judicial District in Albany County. Kricken fills the vacancy created by Judge Jeffrey Donnell's retirement effective January 2, 2017.Read More
Governor Matt Mead has selected Paul Phillips as Circuit Court Judge for the Sixth Judicial District in Campbell County. Phillips fills the vacancy created by Judge Terrill Tharp's retirement effective January 1, 2017.Read More
Judicial positions are a unique challenge—it takes a mix of special qualities to perform the job effectively. The Wyoming judiciary has been very fortunate to have benefitted from the integrity, temperament and knowledge of District Judge Jeffrey Donnell and Circuit Court Judge Terrill Tharp over the past 19 years and 22 years, respectively. In August, these two members of the judiciary announced their plans to retire as of January, 2017.Read More
The Wyoming State Bar recently announced that the Honorable Jeffrey A. Donnell, District Judge for the Second Judicial District, Laramie, is this year's recipient of the State Bar President's Award. Congratulations, Judge Donnell, for receiving this well-deserved award.Read More
The Wyoming State Bar and the Wyoming Supreme Court are pleased to announce that the Honorable Wesley A. Roberts, Circuit Court Judge for the Ninth Judicial District - Riverton, is this year's recipient of the Larry L. Lehman Award for Judicial Excellence.Read More
The Wyoming Court Security Commission submitted its annual report, as required by statute, on the status of court security in the State of Wyoming.Read More
The 2016 Conference of Chief Justices and State Court Administrators (CCJ/COSCA) was held on July 23rd-July 27th in Jackson, Wyoming and was attended by 250 people: 46 Supreme Court Justices and 43 State Court Administrators, together with their families and guests.Read More
Equal Justice Wyoming submitted its annual report to the Wyoming Supreme Court covering the 2016 fiscal year ending June 30, 2016.Read More
On June 3rd, Judge Steven Cranfill, District Court Judge in the Fifth Judicial District, was the commencement speaker at the Wyoming Girls’ School’s graduation ceremony. Later in June, at Northwest Community College in Powell, Wyoming, he addressed the 2016 Wyoming Girls State’s judiciary section. He also recently hosted a Law Day presentation that featured former California Deputy Attorney General John Gordnier. Mr. Gordnier spoke on intelligence laws, and in particular, the licensing of drones. Thank you, Judge Cranfill, for your outreach efforts on behalf of the Wyoming Judiciary.
Construction of the Sweetwater County Justice Center, located at the county’s current detention center site, is moving forward. The center will combine the county’s two circuit courts into one facility. There will also be offices for the Sweetwater County Attorney’s Office and the Public Defender’s Office, as well as additions for the Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Office. The center is projected to open in the summer of 2018.
The State Justice Institute (SJI) recently notified the Wyoming Supreme Court that it has been awarded a second $50,000 technical assistance grant. The grant funds will be used to obtain the services of security consultants from the National Center for State Courts to conduct additional court security assessments. The funds the court received from the SJI in 2014 were used to conduct court security assessments in Albany, Big Horn, Crook, Goshen, Niobrara, Park, Platte, and Weston counties. The 2014 assessments provided critical information to the members of the Joint Appropriations Committee. Subsequently, the Legislature authorized $1,083.422.00 for matching grants to these eight counties—counties who could not otherwise afford to make court security improvements. Over half the courthouses in Wyoming remain vulnerable and lack the basic essential security elements. The assessments focus on the courtroom, judicial chambers, and other areas as they relate to the security and safety of judges, court staff, and court visitors. This recent grant will allow for assessments to be conducted in six to eight additional counties that were not included in the 2014 effort. With the help of these additional grant funds, the Supreme Court hopes to repeat the success it has had in leveraging state resources to strengthen security measures in Wyoming court facilities.Read More
The groundbreaking ceremony for the Sweetwater County Justice Center was held on May 4th. The project developed after former Chief Justice Marilyn Kite expressed her concern to the Sweetwater County Commissioners that the security at the courts needed to be upgraded.Read More
Supreme Court Justice William U. Hill participated in a Liberty Day presentation to 70 fifth grade students at Davis Elementary on March 16th.Read More
Delivered by Chief Justice Burke before a Joint Session of the Wyoming Legislature at the Jonah Business Center.Read More
News article written by Mead Gruver, Associated PressRead More
Hon. Marilyn Kite Receives Judicial Excellence AwardRead More
The Wyoming Supreme Court is pleased to announce that the Wyoming Bar Foundation has donated $173,360.00 to support the Wyoming Judicial Learning Center project. The announcement was made during the 2015 Wyoming State Bar Annual Meeting & Judicial Conference on September 9, 2015, in Jackson, Wyoming.Read More
Governor Matt Mead has selected Patrick Korell as the new District Court Judge for the Eighth Judicial District for Converse, Goshen, Niobrara and Platte Counties. Korell replaces Judge Keith Kautz who was recently appointed to the Wyoming Supreme Court.Read More
Wyoming Court Security Commission's 2015 ReportRead More
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke is pleased to announce that the Honorable Steven R. Cranfill has received the 2015 Children’s Justice Project Golden Award for his extraordinary commitment to Wyoming children and families involved in the court system.Read More
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Matt Mead has appointed Judge Keith Kautz as the newest member of the Wyoming Supreme Court. Kautz replaces Justice Marilyn Kite, who has been on the Supreme Court since 2000 – serving as the first female justice and chief justice on the high court. She will retire on August 3, 2015.Read More
The Wyoming Supreme Court is pleased to announce the initial fundraising goal for the new Wyoming Judicial Learning Center has been reached. The Wyoming State Bar Foundation and the Supreme Court have worked together to raise funds for a Judicial Learning Center to be built in the Supreme Court. The Center will offer visitors of all ages a stimulating and exciting way to learn about our state’s judicial system and the rule of law. Interactive and engaging exhibits will enhance understanding about rights, freedoms and the role of courts in Wyoming.Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke is pleased to announce that effectiveRead More
Angie Dorsch, Executive Director of Equal Justice Wyoming, announced the release of a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking qualified non-profit organizations who are interested in providing civil legal aid to the low-income population of Wyoming.Read More
Chief Justice E. James Burke, in collaboration with the Wyoming Court Security Commission and the Office of Homeland Security, announced today that the Sixty-Third Legislature of the State of Wyoming, through Enrolled Act 56, has appropriated one million eighty three thousand, four hundred and twenty two dollars ($1,083,422.00) “to provide funding for court security improvements including the purchase of security equipment within courthouses or construction or modification of facilities containing a state court.”Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke announced today that the Honorable Marilyn S. Kite will be retiring from the Court, effective August 3, 2015.Read More
Delivered by Chief Justice Burke before a Joint Session of the Wyoming Legislature at the State Capitol Building.Read More
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Matt Mead has selected Joseph B. Bluemel as the new District Court Judge for the Third Judicial District for Lincoln and Uinta Counties. Bluemel replaces Judge Dennis L. Sanderson who is retiring.Read More
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Matt Mead has selected Antoinette L.M. Williams-Healy as the new Circuit Court Judge for the First Judicial District in Laramie County. Williams-Healy replaced Judge Roberta Coates who is retiring.Read More
The Wyoming Supreme Court, in collaboration with the Wyoming State Bar Foundation, have initiated efforts to construct a Judicial Learning Center in the Supreme Court Building for use by students and adults who want to learn more about the rule of law and our state’s judicial system.Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke is pleased to announce that Lily Sharpe, J.D., has accepted the position of State Court Administrator. Ms. Sharpe’s first day at the Court will be November 17, 2014.Read More
The Wyoming State Bar and the Wyoming Supreme Court are pleased to announce that the Honorable Wade E. Waldrip, Second Judicial District Court Judge in Rawlins, is this year's recipient of the Larry L. Lehman Award for Judicial Excellence. The award was presented at this year's Annual Meeting & Judicial Conference, which took place last week at Little America in Cheyenne.Read More
On September 5, 2014, The Honorable Robert E. Skar will sign the final order in the Big Horn River General Adjudication, a water rights case filed on January 24, 1977.Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke announced on July 28, 2014 that First Judicial District Circuit Court Judge Roberta A. Coates will be retiring from the court, effective December 12, 2014. Judge Coates has served the citizens of this state as a circuit court judge with distinction for over 10 years. Judge Coates was appointed to the circuit court bench in 2004 by Governor Dave Freudenthal.Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke announced today that Third Judicial District Court Judge Dennis L. Sanderson will be retiring from the court, effective January 4, 2015. Judge Sanderson has served the citizens of this state as a district judge with distinction for over 13 years. He was appointed to the district court bench in March, 2001 by Governor Jim Geringer.Read More
Chief Justice E. James Burke, in collaboration with the Wyoming Court Security Commission and the Office of Homeland Security, announced today that the Wyoming Supreme Court has received two State Justice Institute technical assistance grants to assess security in several courts and improve court security in Wyoming.Read More
The Wyoming Supreme Court today announced the availability of a new online resource that will help self-represented litigants more easily complete court forms in family law cases.Read More
Chief Justice Marilyn S. Kite announced today that the Justices of the Wyoming SupremeRead More
Governor Matt Mead has selected Tom Lee as the new Circuit Court Judge for the First Judicial District in Laramie County. Lee replaces Judge Catherine Rogers who was appointed to the District Court.Read More
Matt Mead has selected Matt Castano as the new Circuit Court Judge for the Sixth Judicial District in Crook and Weston Counties.Read More
Delivered by Chief Justice Kite before a Joint Session of the Wyoming Legislature at the State Capitol Building.Read More
Delivered by Chief Justice Kite before a Joint Session of the Wyoming Legislature at the State Capitol Building.Read More