2018 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 7 - CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 13 - SENTENCE AND IMPRISONMENT
ARTICLE 8 - PARDONS AND REPRIEVES
SECTION 7-13-804 - Contents of application for pardon; notice to district attorney.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 7-13-804 (2018)

7-13-804. Contents of application for pardon; notice to district attorney.

(a) A person convicted of a felony may apply to the governor for a pardon. The application shall contain:

(i) The name of the person seeking the pardon;

(ii) The offense for which he was convicted;

(iii) The date and place of the conviction;

(iv) The sentence imposed;

(v) The sentence served;

(vi) Any subsequent arrests, criminal charges, convictions or sentences; and

(vii) Any pertinent information the governor may request such as parole and community correctional program records.

(b) The governor shall give notice of the application to the district attorney of the county in which the applicant was indicted or informed against at least three (3) weeks before the application is considered by the governor.

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