Griswold v. State

In Griswold v. State, 994 P.2d 920, 926 (Wyo. 1999), the Court declined to set an arbitrary ten-year time limit for admissibility of uncharged misconduct evidence under W.R.E. 404(b), and reiterated the Britton v. State, 845 P.2d 1374 (Wyo. 1992) emphasis on the trial judge's discretion. The Court also stated that, rather than making testimony inadmissible, remoteness in time of the prior act may affect the weight of the evidence. Griswold, 994 P.2d at 926.