Wyoming – This summer we addressed the concern over the high numbers of juveniles that are ending up in jails across the state. One part of the solution hit the Senate floor this week. The bill that gets county attorneys more involved with juveniles who enter the court system at the lowest levels. It allows them to intervene if someone is showing up in municipal court. The Wyoming association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police support the bill. Their Director is Byron Oedekoven he joins Bob Beck.