Wyoming Supreme Court Suspends Sheridan Attorney for 3 Years

This story first appeared on Cowboy State Daily

By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily

The Wyoming Supreme Court suspended a Sheridan attorney related to a felony alcohol-related case.

Clay B. Jenkins was suspended from practicing law for three years due to a 2019 DWUI arrest, which was a felony. Jenkins pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three to seven years in prison.

Jenkins has a significant disciplinary history related to substance abuse. He agreed to the suspension.

The Supreme Court ordered Jenkins’ three-year suspension commence Nov. 6, the date of the Court’s earlier order of immediate suspension for Jenkins. 

Jenkins was also ordered to pay an administrative fee in the amount of $750 and costs of $50 to the Wyoming State Bar. 

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