Domestic Violence & Stalking Cases

State of Wyoming v. C.B.--2010

Jurisdiction:     Campbell County Circuit Court
Charges:          Family Violence Battery, Interference With an Emergency Call, 2 Counts of Violation of a Protection Order
Defense:          Mr. Carter argued that there was insufficient evidence that Defendant had struck his estranged wife or engaged in other misconduct.
Disposition:     Acquitted at Jury Trial.

State of Wyoming v. E.H.--2006

Jurisdiction:     Campbell County District Court
Charges:           Felony Stalking
Defense:           Mr. Carter argued on appeal that Defendant was not afforded the benefit of a plea agreement and that the Court improperly denied Defendant’s attempt to withdraw his plea.
Disposition:     Reversed by the Wyoming Supreme Court. Defendant eventually pled to a misdemeanor.

State of Wyoming v. H.S--1999

Jurisdiction:     Campbell County Circuit Court
Charges:           Stalking
Defense:          Mr. Carter argued that there was insufficient evidence that Defendant was stalking his ex-wife and that the alleged victim had a motive to put Defendant in legal jeopardy.
Disposition:     Acquitted at Jury Trial.



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