The Use and Abuse of Discovery and Experts Under Wyoming Rules of Criminal Procedure (Jan. 10, 2013)

Date: 01/10/2013

Featuring: Honorable Wade Waldrip, Second Judicial District, Rawlins, WY

Judge Waldrip will discuss common misperceptions by the criminal defense bar of Rule 16 of the Wyoming Rules of Criminal Procedure.  He will also discuss dangers in the use of expert witnesses by criminal defendants.

About Your Speaker

Judge Wade Waldrip was appointed as Circuit Judge for the Second Judicial District in February of 2000 and as District Judge in the same district in April of 2004. After graduating from Riverton High School in 1970, Judge Waldrip attended the University of Wyoming, where he received a B.A. and in 1979 received his J.D. from University of Wyoming Law School. In 1981 he practiced in Thermopolis with Bart Voigt and in 1982 joined Williams, Kelly & Waldrip, where he practiced until 2000. During that time he served as a deputy county attorney, a public defender, and as town attorney for several communities.