Mead v. State
In Mead v. State, 2 P.3d 564, 566 (Wyo. 2000), the Court held Mr. Mead's appeal of his motion to correct an illegal sentence was barred by res judicata.
"The issue could have been raised in that appeal, but it was not. . . . We ground our decision in this case on the doctrine of res judicata, and we hold that this Court is foreclosed from considering Mead's appeal on its merits." Id.