Property Crime & Fraud Cases

State of Wyoming v. T.S.--2018

Jurisdiction:     Campbell County District Court

Charges:           Destruction of Property  (felony)

Defense:          Defendant shot a neighboring "rancher's" bull while the bull was chasing the Defendant's dog on the   Defendant's property. Defendant offered to plead to a misdemeanor and pay the replacement value   of the bull.  The alleged victim "rancher" and the Prosecution proceeded to pursue Felony Destruction   of Property charge.  Mr. Carter conducted vigorous cross examination of the alleged victim and the   Defendant testified on his own behalf.     

Disposition:     Acquitted at Jury Trial of Felony Destruction of Property, guilty of lesser included misdemeanor   Destruction of Property, to which the Defendant had offered to plead guilty.

State of Wyoming v. D.M.--1995

Jurisdiction:     Campbell County District Court
Charges:           Grand Larceny (felony)
Defense:          Mr. Carter argued that while Defendant had in fact taken a vehicle and driven it several hundred   miles, Defendant did not intend to “permanently deprive” the owner of the vehicle by virtue of the   fact that Defendant had abandoned the vehicle in a public place without altering the appearance of   the vehicle nor damaging the vehicle.
Disposition:     Acquitted at Jury Trial. (Convicted of misdemeanor joyriding.)

State of Wyoming v. D.B.--2007

Jurisdiction:     Campbell County District Court
Charges:          Identity Theft and Conspiracy
Defense:          Defendant was suffering from a severe mental illness that made her incapable of forming an intent to   commit the charged crime.
Disposition:     Found Not Guilty By Mental Illness or Deficiency.

State of Wyoming v. J.W.--2009

Jurisdiction:     Campbell County District Court
Charges:           First-Degree Arson
Defense:          The prosecution presented a taped confession of Defendant. Mr. Carter argued that the taped   confession was obtained by improper coercion by law enforcement and that the physical evidence   did not match the taped confession. Further, through cross-examination, Mr. Carter established that   another individual was possibly involved in setting the fire in question.
Disposition:     Acquitted at Jury Trial.

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

Jurisdiction:     Campbell County District Court
Charges:           Possession of a Forged Writing with Intent to Defraud
Defense:          Defendant was a Mexican citizen and an undocumented worker in the United States. Defendant was   detained following a traffic stop and was found to be in possession of a false identification. Mr. Carter   argued that while Defendant had in his possession a forged document, the State had failed to prove   that Defendant possessed the forged document with an intent to defraud.
Disposition:     Acquitted at Jury Trial.



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