Miscellaneous Criminal Cases

State of Wyoming v. D.R.—November 2016

Jurisdiction

Campbell County Circuit Court

Charge

Battery

Defense

Mr. Carter successfully represented a defendant charged with battery against a police officer at a rock concert.Mr. Carter pointed out the unlikelihood of the officer's story, and argued that the battery was likely a misunderstanding.The jury found the defendant NOT GUILTY.

Disposition

Acquitted

 

Oien v. State of Wyoming v. Oien, 1990 WY 80 797 P.2d 544

Jurisdiction

Wyoming Supreme Court

Case Summary

Mr. Carter, while a 3rd-year law student in the Defender-Aid Program, successfully briefed and argued before the Wyoming Supreme Court that Mr. Oien’s escape conviction was improper.

Disposition

Conviction reversed by the Wyoming Supreme Court.

 

State of Wyoming v. E.R.--2010

Jurisdiction

Campbell County Circuit Court

Charges

2 Counts of Violation of the Open Meetings Law

Defense

Mr. Carter filed a Motion to Dismiss Count II of the charges on the grounds that the Affidavit of Probable Cause failed to state facts sufficient to sustain a charge. Mr. Carter argued at trial that no evidence existed, that Defendant knowingly and willfully violated the Open Meetings Law.

Disposition

Count I dismissed on a Motion for Judgment of Acquittal.Count II dismissed. Motion to Dismiss granted.




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