Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics
The Wyoming Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics is a constitutionally created body charged with handling complaints about the ethical conduct of judges in Wyoming. The Commission is made up of citizens appointed by the Governor, attorneys appointed by the Wyoming State Bar, and judges elected by the Judicial Council.
The Commission considers complaints of judicial misconduct made against judicial officers and may discipline a judicial officer or make a recommendation of discipline to the Wyoming Supreme Court.
The Commission cannot provide legal advice and does not review complaints against any attorneys. Please see the Rules Governing the Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics (Commission Rules) and our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.