Peter Michael appointed interim Wyoming Attorney General

— July 23, 2013

(Press release) Gov. Matt Mead on Monday, July 22, named Peter Michael as the interim Wyoming Attorney General. Michael replaces the Honorable Greg Phillips who started work on the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals today. Peter Michael was Phillips’ Deputy Attorney General.

“I am very proud of my friend Greg Phillips and know that he will be an outstanding judge,” Governor Mead said. “I want to thank Pete for stepping forward to provide leadership while I look to appoint a new Attorney General. Pete is an excellent attorney and I am confident he will lead that office in a steady and capable manner.”

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