About Me

He loves practicing law in Rawlins. He works tirelessly to see that the Constitution and principles of freedom and justice are upheld for his clients. He has won total acquittals on three separate First Degree Felony Sexual Assault jury trials and has won numerous misdemeanor jury trials. Further, he set precedent in the Wyoming Supreme Court, securing father's right to be afforded representation upon their parental rights being terminated.

Mr. McCarthy has previously been involved with several youth sports organizations and serving as President of the Laramie Soccer Association. He is a past Board Member of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association and an active member of the Carbon County Bar Association.

Having grown up in Wyoming, Mr. McCarthy loves spending time outdoors. He is an avid fisher and hunter and enjoys skiing and hiking also.

David McCarthy P.C.

David McCarthy was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming. He has strong familial ties across the State of Wyoming. He attended the University of St. Thomas, in St. Paul Minnesota, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree. He received his law degree from the University of Wyoming College of Law. Mr. McCarthy was admitted to the Wyoming Bar in 2004. Mr. McCarthy began his private practice in 2008, in Laramie, Wyoming. He started out with a general practice of law, focusing on DUI, family law, and landlord-tenant law. January of 2019, he opened an office in Rawlins, to focus on Criminal law and Personal Injury law.
 
Having grown up in Wyoming, Mr. McCarthy loves spending time outdoors. He is an avid fisher and hunter and enjoys skiing and hiking also. He lives in Carbon County and loves practicing law in Rawlins. He works tirelessly to see that the Constitution and principles of freedom and justice are upheld for his clients.
 
Mr. McCarthy has previously been involved with several youth sports organizations and serving as President of the Laramie Soccer Association for four years. He is a past member of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association and an active member of the Carbon County Bar Association.
 
He has won total acquittals on three separate First Degree Felony Sexual Assault jury trials and has won numerous misdemeanor jury trials. Further, he set precedent in the Wyoming Supreme Court, securing father's right to be afforded representation upon their parental rights being terminated.

Andrew Holcomb

Andrew Holcomb is a fourth-generation Green River, Wyoming native. The son of blue-collar family, Andrew became a first-generation college graduate when he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Wyoming in 2015. Rather than continue straight into law school, Andrew stepped away from the world of higher education for four years in order to gain real-world experience by working in the hospitality industry and politics.

Eventually, Andrew returned to Laramie to attend the University of Wyoming College of Law, earning his Juris Doctorate in 2022. Later that year, Andrew was admitted to the Wyoming Bar and began his career as an attorney. Andrew started his legal career as an Assistant Public Defender for the State of Wyoming, representing indigent clients in Laramie and Rawlins. In his first year as a criminal defense attorney, Andrew has zealously advocated for his clients and received numerous favorable outcomes, including a Not Guilty verdict in his first jury trial as lead counsel.

In his spare time, Mr. Holcomb enjoys camping, hunting, golfing, spending time with family, and going to Wyoming Cowboys games any chance he gets. Andrew is a proud alumnus of the Wyoming Alpha Chapter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and loves giving back to the organization. Mr. Holcomb currently serves as an Alumni Advisor for the Fraternity and regularly attends events where he can provide mentorship and support.

Coming from a small-town Wyoming family, Andrew takes great pride in representing his fellow members of Wyoming’s many small communities. Mr. Holcomb is a firm believer in our constitutional rights and will fight to ensure his clients’ rights are protected.

 
 

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