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…
A person can lose their driver’s license for any number of reasons: maybe you were caught driving without insurance; maybe your license was suspended because you were charged with Driving While Under the Influence (DWUI); maybe you you received too…
A DWUI charge is a gift that keeps on giving. Not only do you need to contend with the difficulties of facing a DWUI charge – the suspended license, the time spent going to court, the expense of hiring a lawyer, and paying fines and court costs…
A Wyoming DWUI conviction carries serious penalties.
For drivers who are under 21 years of age and are not legally permitted to consume alcohol, the consequences can be even more severe.
Underage Drivers Can Be Charged with DWUI and Illegal Consu…
A Wyoming DWUI conviction can have severe consequences, including hefty fines, suspension or loss of your driver’s license, and the possibility of jail time.
But many people forget that a DWUI conviction can have detrimental consequences for your p…
If you were arrested and charged with a first offense DWUI in Wyoming, you no doubt are concerned and even worried about what will happen next, and whether you should hire a lawyer.
Here, we answer 5 of the most common questions our clients ask when…
For most people, a drunk driving charge is a wake-up call.
Very few people who are charged with a DWUI will ever get a second one.
And people who are charged with a second case of drunk driving are rarely charged while they are awaiting the outcome o…
The Campbell County Sheriff's Office is one of the few counties in Wyoming that receives state funding to pay police officers. Campbell County also has one of the highest annual DWUI arrest rates in all of Wyoming.