Additional QuestionsPatricia Bennett, Clerk of Court
Wyoming Supreme Court
Please read the rules carefully, incomplete applications will not be filed. Feel free to contact the Clerk of Court with any questions.
$10.00 for each certificate issued. Please include payment with your request.
For more information you can visit the Commission’s website at
The Commission does not govern the federal judiciary.
Wendy Soto, Executive Director
Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics
P.O. Box 2645
Cheyenne, WY 82003
Fax (307) 778-8689
of any motion, brief, response to a petition for review or other pleading are required in the Supreme Court.
(See Rule 1.01, W.R.A.P.) The only exceptions are motions for extension of time to file brief and motions
for voluntary dismissals of cases that have not been briefed. These motions are not conference matters
and do not go before the entire Court, the filer need only send one original.
copies of other documents which will be designated and found in the record. Attachments on a brief are
not a substitute for the designation of record. Likewise, don’t attach copies of depositions or other
documents that were never made part of the record in district court.
I can see an icon at the right of the docket entry I want to see. How do I open it?
Place your cursor order the icon, a box will pop-up to the left with one or more titles.
Slide the cursor over the entry you want to view, click to open.
in 2008. W.R.A.P. 1.01(a).
Wyoming Rules of Appellate Procedure 1.07 prohibits fax filings in the Supreme Court.
download the forms found under the “Legal Help & Forms” tab on the Judicial Branch website.
The packet of forms can also be obtained from the District Court Clerks. The cost for each packet
is $ 10.00.
Equal Justice Wyoming has compiled a library of self-help forms. They can be found at:
There is a charge for copying; you may contact the State Archives for more information at:
Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources
2301 Central Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82002