H.B. 23, 62nd Leg., Gen. Sess. (Wyo. 2013) (amending Wyo. Stat. Ann. §§ 6-2-101(b), 6-2-306(d), (e), 6-10-201(b)(ii), 6-10-301(c), 7-13-402(a)).

Wyoming passed a statute in 2013 that eliminates life-without-parole sentences for juveniles. Under the statute, the penalty for first-degree murder for juveniles is life with parole after serving 25 years. The Wyoming Supreme Court held that the statute applies retroactively.