Thomas T.C. Campbell
First Judicial Circuit Court
Judge Campbell graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1983 and began his legal career as a Deputy County and Prosecuting Attorney in Carbon County, Wyoming the same year. In 1990, he was elected Carbon County Attorney, and was re-elected again in 1994 and 1998. After serving a total of 18 years as a Criminal Prosecutor, and Civil Counsel for Carbon County, he was appointed to the Circuit Court bench in Cheyenne, effective September of 2001. Judge Campbell currently hears Criminal Cases of Domestic Abuse and both Family Violence and Stalking Protection Orders in the Circuit Court, as well as Custody Modification, Decree Enforcement Matters and Child Support Enforcement Cases on assignment from the District Court in the First Judicial District. Judge Campbell served four years in the United States Navy immediately following graduation from High School in 1972, and following service completed his bachelor's degree in 1980, graduating with a BA from the University of Denver. He and his wife Rebecca reside in Cheyenne.As Carbon County and Prosecuting Attorney, Judge Campbell tried 3 capital murder cases involving the death of a Wyoming State Penitentiary Corrections Officer. The cases were tried in 3 locations on change of venue in 1998 and 1999 resulting in one death verdict. That case, State of Wyoming vs. James Harlow has been affirmed by the Wyoming Supreme Court.