Cheyenne, Wy – The Wyoming Supreme Court has suspended a former Laramie attorney who received supervised probation for trying to sell ecstasy near an elementary school last year.
The court on Wednesday ordered lawyer Robert W. Ingram suspended
from law practice in the state for 18 months.
Ingram early this year received first offender status for one
count of aiding and abetting the possession with the intent to
deliver a controlled substance within 500 feet of school property.
The sentence allowed him to avoid a felony conviction provided he
completed supervised probation.
Ingram's wife also received a suspended prison sentence for two
counts of delivery of a controlled substance within 500 feet of
school property. Ingram now lives in Colorado.