CHEYENNE — The newest member of the Wyoming Supreme Court, Catherine “Kate” M. Fox, should be a good fit given that she is a scholar who enjoys researching and writing.
CHEYENNE -- First Judicial District Judge Peter G. Arnold will retire effective April 1, Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Marilyn Kite announced Monday.
CHEYENNE — Wyoming's court system is doing its part to cut costs, including a proposal to close several courts and an expanded use of video conferencing, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Marilyn Kite said.
Senate Bill 268 proposes a great deal of judicial activism. By carving up the state, this ill-conceived legislation would turn our Supreme Court in a body more like the Montana Legislature.
Addressing a joint session of the Montana Legislature last week, Chief Justice Mike McGrath pointed out that the state's courts process 365,000 cases annually. A few minutes later, he got a big round of applause for what happened in 12 of those cases.
Chief Justice Karla Gray was not only the first woman chief justice but also the first woman elected to the Montana Supreme Court.
HELENA - Chief Justice Karla Gray's place in Montana history is secure. Gray, who retired this week after 17 years on the court, was the first woman elected to the Montana Supreme Court. Eight years later, she became the first woman elected chief justice.