As discussed in this post, police are only required to give suspects those classic Miranda advisements that we’ve all heard on TV if the suspect
The United States Supreme Court has long recognized the “natural desire” of incarcerated people to seek their release from confinement. See Conn. Bd. of Pardons
The Wyoming Supreme Court recently issued two opinions that serve as important reminders to criminal defendants in Wyoming. First, a criminal defendant cannot withdraw a
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
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.
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