Daniel v. State (2003)
In Daniel v. State, 78 P.3d 205, ?15 (Wyo.2003), published October 23, 2003, the remand hearing established that the accused was shackled during his trial without the benefit of a pretrial hearing for the prosecution to establish justification for shackling; thus, the trial court abused its discretion in allowing shackling. Id.
The remand hearing also established, however, that the jury did not view or hear the accused in shackles during his trial. Id.