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Tony Cercy Appeals His Sex Crime Conviction to the Wyoming Supreme Court
The Wyoming Attorney General's Office has 45 days to respond to Cercy's appeal.
Governor Names Federal Prosecutor as Fremont County District Court Judge
Conder received degrees from the University of Utah and graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law.
Tony Cercy Appeals Sexual Assault Conviction to Wyoming Supreme Court
Tony Cercy's attorneys have argued in the past that the retrial on the third-degree count violated his Fifth Amendment right to not be tried twice for the same crime.
Wyoming Medical Center Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
Within hours after the incident, hospital officials said they began evaluating security.
Customer of Former Casper Doctor Recounts Addiction, Huge Opioid Prescriptions
If convicted on all counts, Shakeel Kahn faces 45 years to life imprisonment.
BREAKING: Wyoming Man Nominated to Assistant Interior Secretary Post
Rob Wallace previously served as chief of staff to the late U.S. Sen. Malcolm Wallop.
Lawyers for Feds, Former Casper Doctor Make Opening Statements in Drug Conspiracy Trial
The trial may last as long as three weeks.
Jury Selection Starts for Trial of Former Casper Doctor and his Brother
About 90 potential jurors filled the benches on the courtroom of the second floor of the Ewing T. Kerr Federal Building and Courthouse, 111 S. Wolcott.