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Children's Justice Project
The purpose of the Children’s Justice Project is to improve outcomes for Wyoming’s most vulnerable population—abused and neglected children in the court system. Find more information here.
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Chief Justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court, Michael K. Davis, today announced the successful completion of its first live streamed bar admission ceremony for newly admitted members of the Wyoming State Bar.Read More
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 Eighth Judicial District.Read More
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Chief Justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court Michael K. Davis today announced the successful completion of its first fully remote robing ceremony for newly appointed Circuit Court Judge Sean Chambers. Judge Chambers presides in the First Judicial District in Laramie County.Read More
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael K. Davis, who acts as Chairman of the Judicial Nominating Commission, announced today that District Judge Michael N. Deegan, Sixth Judicial District, will be retiring effective December 25, 2020.Read More