The circuit courts are limited jurisdiction courts. The geographic boundaries of the circuit courts are the same as the nine judicial districts for the district courts, and there are circuit courts in all 23 counties. The civil jurisdiction of the circuit courts covers small claim cases and civil cases in which the damages or recovery sought do not exceed $50,000.
Please note that you can call the court in advance of appearing to ask for an accommodation for a disability. Additionally, click here for information concerning interpreters.
About the Circuit Courts
Learn more about the circuit courts and the history of the Wyoming judicial system.
Circuit Court Locations
Find information on Wyoming circuit courts, including addresses, telephone numbers, judges, clerks of court and court specific forms.
Access circuit court judges’ Bench Books here. Bench Books provide information on circuit court judges’ procedures within each judicial district, including requirements and preferences on issues such as proposed orders, courtesy copies, conferences and trial procedure.
Access rules, including the Wyoming Rules of Civil Procedures, Wyoming Rules of Evidence, and the Uniform Rules for the District and Circuit Courts of Wyoming.
Circuit Court Reports and Statistics
Find information on judicial workload studies and annual statistical reports.
Legal Assistance and Forms
Obtain information and materials from sources such as Equal Justice Wyoming and Wyoming courts to assist in navigating the court system. read more »