2016 Wyoming Code
TITLE 7 - CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 13 - SENTENCE AND IMPRISONMENT
ARTICLE 9 - EXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE
SECTION 7-13-908 - Witnesses.

WY Stat § 7-13-908 (2016) What's This?

7-13-908. Witnesses.

(a) Only the following witnesses may be present at the execution:

(i) The director of the department of corrections and any persons deemed necessary to assist him in conducting the execution;

(ii) Two (2) physicians, including the prison physician;

(iii) The spiritual advisers of the prisoner;

(iv) The penitentiary chaplain;

(v) The sheriff of the county in which the prisoner was convicted; and

(vi) Not more than ten (10) relatives or friends requested by the prisoner.

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