Today, the Wyoming Supreme Court issued a decision in Guandong v. State, 2022 WY 83, wherein it relied on the so-called “collective knowledge” doctrine to
With all the hullabaloo over at SCOTUS, the Wyoming Supreme Court has had a relatively busy few weeks itself. And it recently issued an important
The United States Supreme Court has issued a flurry of high profile decisions in the last week. While this post will not comprehensively address each
Friends– There has been a lot of moving and shaking in the gun law world in the past few weeks. Today, the U.S. Supreme Court,
Readers of this blog may know that police can enter your house to “secure evidence” of a crime inside the house before getting a warrant.
Under Wyoming law, most of the time a DUI offense will be a misdemeanor, punishable by less than one (1) year in jail. However, sometimes