Ogden v. State
In Ogden v. State, 2001 WY 109, 34 P.3d 271 (Wyo. 2002), the Court held there was no plain error in eliciting testimony from a detective to the effect that three teenage witnesses provided good detail and were obviously focused on the event and the victim's statement was consistent with their statements.
After analyzing the detective's testimony, the Court concluded he did not state he "believed the young witnesses were credible.
He merely testified that the versions of what happened were consistent with one another and that he relied upon the statements in determining that sufficient probable cause existed to arrest Ogden." Ogden, P29, 34 P.3d at 278.