There are nine judicial districts in Wyoming, with each district having between two to four district judges. District Courts typically serve as an interim between Wyoming’s lower courts and the Supreme Courts
A Wyoming District Judge must be able to be as impartial and nonpartisan as they can be with their decision. They must be able to make fair decisions for major cases, and must be an attorney admitted to the Wyoming Bar.
Most Cases that go to the Supreme Court typically go through a District Court. They deal with many major cases, including felonies, large civil cases, and many juvenile matters.