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Wyoming Supreme Court Appoints Shawna Goetz Acting Clerk of The Supreme Court
Posted On: July 1, 2020

Chief Justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court Michael K. Davis today signed an Order appointing Shawna Goetz as Acting Clerk of the Wyoming Supreme Court. Ms. Goetz has been the Deputy Court Clerk since October 2014, and is skilled in efiling, as well as the many other duties required to manage appeals in the Wyoming Supreme Court.
She replaces Patty Bennett, who is leaving the Supreme Court to take a position with the Public Defender office in Laramie, Wyoming.

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Governor Gordon appoints Robert Sanford to be a Circuit Court Judge for the Second Judicial District
Posted On: June 29, 2020

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon has appointed Robert Sanford to be a Circuit Court Judge for the Second Judicial District serving Albany County, Wyoming. Sanford’s appointment fills the vacancy left by the retirement of Judge Robert Castor.

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Judicial Nominating Commission Announces Nominees for the Circuit Judge Vacancy in the Second Judicial District
Posted On: May 29, 2020

On behalf of the Judicial Nominating Commission, Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael K. Davis, who serves as Chairman, announced today that the Commission has completed its consideration of all who have expressed interest in the position of Circuit Judge of the Second Judicial District.

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COVID-19 Supply Distribution to Courts
Posted On: May 27, 2020

05.26.2020 — Over the past month, Cierra Hipszky and Shawna Enyeart have scrambled to locate and order COVID-19 supplies that can be provided to the courts for their use when the pandemic recovery phase begins.  Several staff members of Court Administration spent an afternoon putting hand sanitizer from gallon or liter bottles into 16 oz. […]

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Wyoming Supreme Court Relaxes Some Restrictions, Extends Covid-19 Emergency Orders to August 3, 2020
Posted On: May 15, 2020

The Chief Justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court, Michael K. Davis, today entered an Order extending to August 3, 2020, the Court’s temporary plan to address Covid-19 health risks.

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