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Prison vs Alternative Sentence in a Crossroad

Wyoming Criminal Diversion Programs - Alternatives to Jail

People who have been convicted of a crime in Wyoming do not always need to go to jail. In certain circumstances, alternatives to jail may be available, especially for first-time non-violent offenders. Juvenile Diversion Programs Juvenile diversion pr… Read More
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Collateral Consequences - What They Are and How a Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help

Collateral consequences from a criminal charge include civil and administrative penalties which, according to statute, attach to a criminal conviction. These repercussions are not direct consequences, like jail time, fines, or probation, but nonethel… Read More
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Wyoming’s DWUI Law - What It Says, and What It Means

Wyoming’s DWUI statute, Wyo. Stat. §31-5-233(b), states that: No person shall drive or have actual physical control of any vehicle within this state if the person: (i) Has an alcohol concentration of eight one-hundredths of one percent (0.08%) or… Read More
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Getting to Work in Wyoming When Your Driver’s License Is Suspended

If you have been charged with a DWUI in Wyoming, you should have received a temporary driver’s license that is valid for 30 days. Once those 30 days are up, your license will be suspended.  Read More
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Wyoming Passes Legislation to Reduce Recidivism and Pay for Treatment Programs

In February 2019, Governor Mark Gordon signed Justice Reinvestment legislation into law. The new laws, which include House Enrolled Act (HEA) 15, Senate Enrolled Act (SEA) 19, SEA 50, and SEA 50 are intended to reduce the number of repeat offenders a… Read More
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Posting Bail in a Wyoming Criminal Case

Posting bail allows someone who has been charged with a crime to get out of jail and remain out until they go to trial.  Read More
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5 Things You Need to Know About Wyoming Assault Charges

Assault and battery are some of the most common charges of violent crime a person may face. Allegations of assault and battery can send your life in a direction you never expected, and you may be wondering how you will move forward.  At the Just Cri… Read More
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Categories: Assault & Battery
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5 Reasons to Hire a Team of Criminal Defense Professionals

There are a lot of criminal defense lawyers out there. If you’ve been charged with a crime in Wyoming, how do you know which one to pick?   At the Just Criminal Law Group, our team of criminal defense professionals defends you against allegations… Read More
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Why Do I Need a Lawyer If I Plan to Plead Guilty?

Many people charged with a crime feel hopeless, believing that the best thing to do is to just enter a guilty plea and put the case behind them. They often wonder, “Why do I need a lawyer if I plan to plead guilty?” Others cite financial reasons,… Read More
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Wyoming Drug Possession Laws You Need to Know

The Manufacture, Delivery, or Possession of Controlled Substances Is Illegal Under WY Stat 35-7-1031 it is “unlawful for any person to manufacture, deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance.” A “controlled… Read More
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Categories: Drug Charges

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