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Wyoming Criminal Laws

Criminal laws are some of the oldest laws on the books, encompassing physical crimes against individuals (such as assault and murder), property crimes (such as theft and burglary), so-called "white-collar" crimes such as identity theft, and criminal sanctions against vices such as illicit drugs. Welcome to FindLaw's Wyoming Criminal Laws section, with authoritative write-ups about the law for non-attorneys. In this section you will learn about common crimes such as impaired driving (or DUI) and marijuana possession, in addition to more serious crimes such as stalking and child abuse. Also, you'll learn about the criminal statute of limitations and how to get a protective order in Wyoming. Click on a link below to learn more about Wyoming's criminal laws.

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