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A Wyoming DWUI Defense Attorney Can Challenge Field Sobriety Tests

Police often use Field Sobriety Tests (FSTs) in a Wyoming DWUI stop to help assess whether a driver is under the influence of alcohol or another intoxicating substance. The officer uses the Field Sobriety Tests to establish probable cause to contin… Read More
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Wyoming Lawyer Defends People Against Charges for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Thousands of people in Wyoming are arrested every year on drug possession charges. Many of these charges are for small amounts of drugs or other controlled substances in their cars or on their person. These cases represent a large percentage of Wyom… Read More
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Categories: Drug Charges
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What Is the Difference Between Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause for a Wyoming DWUI Charge?

The Constitution requires that a police officer must have both reasonable suspicion and probable cause before placing a driver under arrest for Driving While Under the Influence (DWUI). While the facts of each case are different, every drunk dri… Read More
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The Right to Remain Silent During a Wyoming Stop for DWUI

We are all familiar with the phrase “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.” But have you ever wondered what, exactly, your right to remain silent means? The law on this issue is… Read More
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Wyoming Self Defense Laws in Response to Charges of Assault and Battery

If you were involved in a fight and have been arrested for criminal assault and battery, you probably have questions about what kinds of penalties you might be facing, whether you’ll have to go to jail, and whether you can use Wyoming self defens… Read More
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Categories: Assault & Battery
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Wyoming DWUI Lawyer Insists on Presumption of Innocence

The presumption of innocence is a cornerstone of the American legal system. And in most criminal cases, it is properly applied. Unfortunately for people accused of Driving While Under the Influence (DWUI) in Wyoming, it may seem that the presumption… Read More
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Your Defense Against Charges of Sexual Assault & Sexual Battery in Wyoming

Sex crimes are some of the most serious offenses that a person can be charged with committing. And having a good defense against charges of sexual assault early in the case can make all the difference. Because of the potentially embarrassing nature… Read More
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What Happens After a DWUI Charge in Wyoming?

If you were arrested in Wyoming for Driving While Under the Influence (DWUI), the police officer most likely took your driver’s license and issued you a temporary license that is good for 30 days. If you do not challenge the Administrative Per Se… Read More
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Your Defense Against Wyoming Assault & Battery Charges

Many people believe that “assault and battery” is one crime. In fact, criminal battery is technically separate and distinct from assault. However, because an assault often precedes a battery, people are often charged with both. What is Assault an… Read More
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Categories: Assault & Battery
Man Touching Nose Doing Field Sobriety Tests

Can a Wyoming DWUI Defense Lawyer Challenge the Results of Field Sobriety Tests?

If you’ve been arrested and charged with Driving While Under the Influence (DWUI) of alcohol or drugs in Wyoming, you have the best chance of getting the charges reduced or even dropped by hiring a skilled and experienced Wyoming DWUI defense… Read More
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