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Wyoming Attorney General

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Subject: Peter K. Michael, Gregory A. Phillips, Bruce Salzburg, State attorney general, Michael K. Davis
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Wyoming Attorney General

The Wyoming Attorney General is the senior legal officer of the State of Wyoming. The Attorney General is appointed by the Governor.

The 36th and current Attorney General is Peter K. Michael. Michael was named the acting Attorney General on July 22, after his predecessor Gregory A. Phillips resigned to serve as a federal judge. Michael was promoted to the position permanently on September 6, 2013.[1]


  • Recent Attorneys General 1
  • Other notable Attorneys General 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Recent Attorneys General

Other notable Attorneys General


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External links

  • Wyoming Attorney General official website
  • Wyoming Attorney General articles at Legal Newsline Legal Journal
  • Wyoming Attorney General articles at ABA Journal
  • News and Commentary at FindLaw
  • Wyoming Statutes at
  • U.S. Supreme Court Opinions - "Cases with title containing: State of Wyoming" at FindLaw
  • Wyoming State Bar
  • Wyoming Attorney General Peter K. Michael profile at National Association of Attorneys General
  • Press releases at Wyoming Attorney General

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