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The Wyoming State Constitution, 2nd Edition by Keiter, Robert B (13th July 2017)

Part Two The Wyoming Constitution and Commentary, Art.V Judicial Department

From: The Wyoming State Constitution (2nd Edition)

Robert B. Keiter

The judicial power of the state shall be vested in the senate, sitting as a court of impeachment, in a supreme court, district courts, and such subordinate courts as the legislature may, by general law, establish and ordain from time to time. This section establishes the framework for the Wyoming judiciary. It provides for a supreme court and district courts and gives the legislature authority to establish other inferior courts. 1 As originally adopted, the section provided for justice of the peace courts and courts of arbitration. However, the justice of the...
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