Annotation Citator to the Wyoming Statutes

Current Shepard's citation information for cases appearing in the Wyoming Statutes Annotated so you can make sure your case is still good law.
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The Wyoming Code Citator provides up-to-date and accurate case history on each case appearing in Wyoming Statutes Annotated, the Wyoming statute set published under contract with the state and reviewed by the Wyoming Legislative Service Office. Compiled by our expert editorial team and the Shepard's Citations group, this annually updated publication is an intuitively organized companion to the Statutes.

Using the Citator and Shepard's, a cornerstone of the legal profession for over 100 years, you can find additional supporting authority, including citations from decisions of Wyoming courts, the U.S. Supreme Court and lower federal courts, as well as secondary sources including law reviews and annotations. Shepard's citations allow you to see the entire progression of opinions and citations with editorial treatments (e.g., explained or distinguished) so you can develop a more thorough analysis of your case.

Be sure your case is still good law and get the most out of your Wyoming Statutes Annotated by using Shepard's time-tested, reliable legal analysis to check the current status of your authority.

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