R. Michael Vang, P.C.

​Attorney at Law

(307) 460-9252

​​​ACS-CHAL Forensic Lawyer Scientist

R. Michael Vang is the only attorney in the state of Wyoming that has earned the “The ACS-CHAL Forensic Lawyer Scientist Designation as recognized by the Chemistry and Law Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS)”


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1050 N. 3rd Street, Suite B2
Laramie, WY 82072
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PHONE: (307) 460-9252
FAX: (307) 460-7338
EMAIL: info@rmichaelvangpc.com

Law enforcement in Laramie, WY is cracking down on drunk/impaired driving and the right defense in a DUI case can make all the difference. If you find yourself accused of impaired driving, you want someone with decades of experience handling Wyoming DUI Laws on your side.

Call now to schedule a free consultation - the phone call that just might save you from a wrongful DUI conviction.

Recent News

HIRING THE RIGHT ATTORNEY MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE

Wyoming Supreme Court rules enhanced DUI penalties unlawful

Read Laramie Boomerang article...  (June 22, 2106)


Laramie "Aggravated Offender" DUI Ordinance "[f]louts the uniformly applicable statutes governing traffic regulation"

On New Years Day in 2011, the City of Laramie began enforcing its new “aggravated offender” DUI ordinance, which created minimum mandatory jail sentences for anyone accused of having a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) result of 0.15% or more.  The minimum mandatory jail sentences were significantly harsher than the sentences created for the exact same behavior under Wyoming’s DUI law.

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"The Current State of Research for Proving Marijuana Impairment: Green Tongue and Other Myths Propagated to Prove Marijuana Impairment"

Because several states have legalized marijuana use, NHTSA has been trying to research the subject of marijuana impairment in an attempt to create specialized training to detect marijuana impairment....

Mr. Vang will conduct a CLE for the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association on April 21, 2016 that will explore the current state of the research on marijuana impairment and explain how difficult it can be to prove actual marijuana impairment, regardless of the final chemical test results.

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