Mike Vang

Mike Vang

1050 N. 3rd Street, Suite B-2
Laramie, WY 82072

Phone: 307-460-9252

Website: http://www.rmichaelvangpc.com

Sustaining Member

About Mike Vang

Mr. Vang joined NCDD in 1997 and has been a sustaining member of NCDD since 2000. Mr. Vang was the NCDD Wyoming State Delegate from the time the program was initiated until December 2016. Mr. Vang is also a member of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association (WTLA), and frequently presents lectures to Wyoming attorneys for the WTLA concerning Wyoming’s impaired driving laws. Mr. Vang has also lectured on impaired driving laws for the Wyoming Governors Conference on Impaired Driving, the Wyoming State Bar Association, the NCDD for Wyoming State Seminars, the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, the Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia, and the DUI Defense Lawyers Association. Mr. Vang has twenty-three (23) reported cases with the Wyoming Supreme Court that address the application of Wyoming’s DUI and implied consent laws.

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