Wyoming Supreme Court Disbars Green River Attorney Danielle Mathey

Wyoming Supreme Court Disbars Green River Attorney Danielle Mathey

Green River attorney Danielle Mathey has been disbarred by the Wyoming Supreme Court for conduct detrimental to several former clients.

CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Supreme Court has issued an order of disbarment to Green River attorney Danielle M. Mathey. 

In a press release issued by the Wyoming Bar Association, Mathey’s disbarment stemmed from her conduct representing several clients “in which Mathey lied to clients about the status of their cases, fabricated court documents and mishandled trust account funds belonging to the client,”

The WBA statement also says Mathey failed to respond to inquiries by the Wyoming State Bar’s Office of Bar Counsel regarding her conduct.  

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Mathey admitted that her conduct violated Rules of Professional Conduct regarding diligence, candor in communications with clients, safeguarding of client funds held in trust, commission of criminal acts, dishonest conduct, conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice and failure to cooperate with disciplinary investigations, according to the statement.

In approving the stipulation of Mathey and Bar Counsel for disbarment as the appropriate sanction for Mathey’s conduct, the Supreme Court ordered Mathey to pay administrative fees in the amount of $1,500.00 and costs of $100.00 to the Wyoming State Bar.

Mathey had served as legal council for the Sweetwater County Child Development Center.