Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Thursday, November 14, 2013
This is the Carbon County Courthouse in Rawlins Wyoming. This Depression era courthouse was built by the Works Project Administration, like the former courthouse in Casper, Wyoming. It houses the Carbon County Court and also serves Wyoming's Second Judicial District together with the courthouse in Albany County.
This courthouse is unique for a classic Wyoming courthouse in that it sits on an entire city block in the center of town. While not visible in these photos, due to the mature trees, the courthouse is also unique in that it was built with attached substantial living quarters which served the sheriff and his family at the time of its construction. The concept was that the sheriff would need to live there, as the jail was housed in the courthouse.
Friday, November 1, 2013
Lex Anteinternet: Lex Anteinternet: Dean Easton Resigns: When the letter noted here; Lex Anteinternet: Dean Easton Resigns : came in yesterday, most of the lawyers I know were pretty surprised. We...