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ELIZABETH ZERGA, American Lawyer, Partner of HERSCHLER, FREUDENTHAL, SALZBURG, BONDS & RIDEOUT, P.C., specializing in the field of General Civil Practice including Natural Resources, Environmental, Administrative, Real Estate, Water Rights, Local Government and Municipal Bond Law, Civil Rights, Insurance Defense and Personal Injury Law. Litigation.

Background

ZERGA, ELIZABETH was born on August 14, 1959 in Ely, Nevada, United States.

Education

University of Wyoming (Bachelor of Science, 1981. Juris Doctor, with honors, 1985). Order of the Coif. Member, Land and Water Law Review, 1983-1985.

Career

Worked at Herschler, Freudenthal, Salzburg, Bonds & Zerga, P.C. (Cheyenne, Wyoming) specializing in Civil Rights Law, Personal Injury Law, Insurance Defense Law. Admitted to the bar, 1985, Wyoming and United States. District Court, District of Wyoming.

1986, United States. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit. 1988, United States. Supreme Court. Order of the Coif. Member, Land and Water Law Review, 1983-1985.

Author: "The New Role of Double Jeopardy in Criminal Sentencing," Volume 19, Land and Water Law Review, 1984. "Filling in the Blanks after Prouse: A New Standard and Fourth Amendment Guidelines for the Drinking-Driving Roadblock," Volume 20, Land and Water Law Review 241, 1985. Member: Laramie County and American Bar Associations.

Wyoming State Bar; Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association. The Association of Trial Lawyers of America.

Works

  • Other Work

    • The New Role of Double Jeopardy in Criminal Sentencing," Volume 19, Land and Water Law Review, 1984. "Filling in the Blanks after Prouse: A New Standard and Fourth Amendment Guidelines for the Drinking-Driving Roadblock," Volume 20, Land and Water Law Review 241, 1985.

Membership

Laramie County and American Bar Associations. Wyoming State Bar; Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association. Civil Rights. Personal Injury, Insurance Defense.