A “chaotic” workplace, the mass dismissal of criminal cases and misrepresentations to the public led the Wyoming Supreme Court to disbar a former district attorney Tuesday.

The state’s high court issued a disbarment order for former Laramie County District Attorney Leigh Anne G. Manlove that is set to go into effect next month. In its 71-page opinion, the court agreed with the hearing panel’s findings that Manlove violated her duties of competence and diligence required as a prosecutor.

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