Earlier this year, I wrote about one of my cases, Schneider v. State, where the Wyoming Supreme Court held, in effect, that when a person
In early 2021, the Wyoming Supreme Court considered when you can use force to defend another from harm or threatened harm. This is commonly called
If the Wyoming Constitution grants all individuals freedom and control over their healthcare choices and abortion is healthcare in some cases, then the Wyoming legislature cannot place a blanket ban on that procedure without good reason and withstand state constitutional scrutiny.
On April 20, 2022, the Wyoming Supreme Court published an opinion in Levenson v. State of Wyoming, S-21-0176, 2022 WY 51, wherein it held that
On April 6, 2022, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled that the State does not have the burden to prove that a substance suspected to be
Today’s post is a unique installment of “From the Bench” because it involves an appeal to the Wyoming Supreme Court in one of my own