Wyoming Supreme Court Suspends Sheridan Attorney

CHEYENNE–The Wyoming Supreme Court today issued an order suspending Sheridan attorney Clay B. Jenkins from the practice of law for a period of three years. The order of suspension stemmed from a 2019 DWUI arrest which was charged as a felony to which Jenkins pleaded guilty and was sentenced to not less than three years nor more than seven years in the custody of the State of Wyoming Department of Corrections. Jenkins, who has a significant disciplinary history relating to substance abuse, agreed to the suspension. The Court ordered that Jenkins’ three-year suspension commence November 6, 2020, the date of the Court’s earlier order of immediate suspension for Jenkins. Jenkins was ordered to pay an administrative fee in the amount of $750.00 and costs of $50.00 to the Wyoming State Bar.

Order of Suspension

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