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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
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 April, 2017Read 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