In Wyoming, there are limited jurisdiction courts, general jurisdiction trial courts, and a single appellate court – The Supreme Court of Wyoming.
Limited jurisdiction courts include Municipal Courts and Circuit Courts. Municipal Courts handle traffic and city ordinance violations. Circuit Courts are responsible for misdemeanors, civil cases up to $7,000, family violence cases, felony preliminary hearings, and ordinance violations at the request of a municipality.
District Courts are the trial courts of general jurisdiction. They oversee felony cases, civil cases over $7,000, juvenile cases, and probate matters.
Wyoming does not currently make Municipal, Circuit, or District Court records available online. Contact the Clerk of Court directly for information about record searches. Resources for federal cases and Supreme Court cases are below.
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