County Attorney

The Campbell County Attorney is an elected countywide position, which serves a four-year term. The office has 10 appointed deputy county attorneys who assist the county attorney. 


The duties of the County Attorney’s Office include:

  • Representation of the State of Wyoming in all criminal proceedings before the circuit, district, and juvenile court
  • Initiating civil proceedings for neglect, delinquent children and children in need of supervision in the juvenile court
  • Initiating involuntary commitment proceedings for mentally ill individuals
  • Providing legal advise to all county entities regarding civil matters
  • Overseeing the operation of the Crime Victim / Witness Office, Juvenile Diversion, Teen Intervention Program, and Early Age Intervention Program
  • Active in the Adult Drug Court and Juvenile and Family Drug Court Programs
  • Classifies sexual offenders