Guide to the Wyoming State Public Defender records
Scope and Content
Records range from State Public Defender correspondence, to strategic plans, and development of the Drug Court Program, the Substance Abuse and Violent Crime Board, and Children/Families programs.
- 1974 - 2008
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The collection is open for research, unless file includes attorney priviledged information.
Limited duplication of print materials allowed for research purposes. User is responsible for all copyright compliance.
10 cubic feet
The State Public Defender's Office represents individuals charged with commission of a crime in state courts (Circuit, District and the Wyoming Supreme Court) and juveniles charged with committing a delinquent act. Eligibility for representation is determined by a sworn statement of inability to afford private counsel. Appointment of the Public Defender is by the court.
The collection is split into four subgroups including: Administrative Records, Drug Court Program, Substance Abuse and Violent Crime Advisory Board, and Children/Families
MA 30264, transferred to Wyoming State Archives on April 4, 2014.
The records were originally processed in 2014. The collection has been updated as needed.
- Guide to the Wyoming State Public Defender Collection, 1974 - 2008
- Edited Full Draft
- Wyoming State Archives staff
- © 2020
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- Finding aid is in English
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