from the District Court of Sweetwater County. The Honorable
Richard L. Lavery, Judge.
Appellant: Office of the Public Defender: Diane M. Lozano,
State Public Defender; Tina N. Olson, Chief Appellate
Appellee: Peter K. Michael, Wyoming Attorney General; David
L. Delicath, Deputy Attorney General; Christyne Martens,
Senior Assistant Attorney General; Joshua C. Eames, Assistant
BURKE, C.J., and HILL, DAVIS, FOX, and KAUTZ, JJ.
[¶1] Brittany Leanne Poignee appeals the
district court's order revoking her probation. She does
not question the district court's actions at the time of
her revocation, but claims she was denied the assistance of
counsel when her probation was extended more than a year
earlier. We conclude Ms. Poignee's challenge to the
probation extension order is barred because she did not
appeal it. Consequently, we affirm.
[¶2] Ms. Poignee presents the following
issue on appeal:
Did the trial court err in revoking [Ms. Poignee's]
probation when [she] had not had the benefit of counsel at
the time her probationary term was extended and her
subsequent violation of probation occurred during the
extended, not original, term of probation?
State raises an additional issue, which we rephrase as:
Poignee's challenge to the extension of her probation
barred because she did not appeal the order extending her
[¶3] In 2008, the State charged Ms. Poignee
with one count of delivery of methamphetamine, in violation
of Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 35-7-1031(a)(i) (LexisNexis 2015).
The charged crime was a felony and carried maximum penalties
of twenty years in prison and/or a fine of $25,000.
Id. She entered a plea of no contest to the charge
on February 24, 2009, but the proceedings were deferred
pursuant to ...