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
As a criminal defense attorney, one of the most important and enigmatic questions I get is: what sentence do you think the judge would give
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
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