Civil Stalking Law
Also see: Wyoming Stalking Statute
Also See: Wyoming Stalking Order of Protection
Wyo. Stat. § 1-1-126. Civil Liability for Stalking. (1993)
(a) A person who is the victim of stalking as defined by W.S. 6 -2 -506 may maintain a civil action against an individual who engages in a course of conduct that is prohibited under for damages incurred by the victim as a result of that conduct. The aggrieved party may also seek and be awarded exemplary damages, reasonable attorney's fees and costs of the action.
(b) A civil action may be maintained under this section whether or not the individual who is alleged to have engaged in a course of conduct prohibited under W.S. 6 -2 -506 has been charged or convicted under for the alleged crime.
(c) Neither the pendency nor the termination of a civil action under this section shall prevent the criminal prosecution of a person who violates.