Wyoming Supreme Court remains open

Reduces access to court building

In light of the recent events in Cheyenne regarding COVID-19, Chief Justice Michael K. Davis announced today that in order to protect the essential functions of the state court system, he will activate the Wyoming Judicial Branch Respiratory Disease Pandemic Plan (Plan) as of March 23, 2020.

Chief Justice Davis also announced that the Wyoming Supreme Court will be open for business, but that access to the supreme court building will be restricted to court employees. It will be closed to the public. Individuals who require access to the Supreme Court Building for a specific purpose may contact the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court by telephone or email.

“We are fortunate that our branch has invested in video technology and upgraded our hardware in recent years so that we can perform many judicial functions remotely,” Chief Justice Davis said.

For complete information regarding the Wyoming Judicial Branch and COVID-19, see website at https://www.courts.state.wy.us/coronavirus-covid-19-updates