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Senior Assistant Attorney General


Torey Racines
Torey grew up in Pennsylvania, attended Franklin & Marshall College and earned his law degree from Villanova University in 1991. Torey began his legal career as a prosecutor in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, trying jury trials and related appeals for a wide variety of cases. During his tenure, he served as supervisor to the narcotics and general trial units, eventually becoming Chief Deputy of Prosecution and Administration. Torey had the opportunity to handle a number of complex cases including capital murder prosecutions, as well as the supervision and prosecution of multi-defendant wiretap and electronic surveillance investigations.

In 2002, Torey moved to Wyoming for its wide open spaces. He initially continued his career as a prosecutor in Sublette and Albany Counties. In 2006, Torey joined the Wyoming Attorney General's Office as a litigator in the Tort Litigation Division. In this role, he defended civil lawsuits filed against State of Wyoming, state employees and peace officers under the Wyoming Governmental Claims Act and 42 U.S.C. § 1983. This included a wide variety of cases including civil rights actions, medical malpractice claims and prisoner litigation. Torey served as supervisor of the Tort Litigation Division and also the Criminal Appeals Section.

In 2016, Torey joined the Legislative Service Office, serving as Legislative Counsel for the Wyoming Legislature. In this role, he addressed constitutional, statutory and rule based issues that confronted the legislature. Torey staffed the Joint Judiciary and Management Audit committees and oversaw the Research and Program Evaluation sections of LSO. In 2019, Torey returned to the Attorney General’s Office to head the School Finance Litigation Division. Torey enjoys spending time in the outdoors with his wife, Kristi, and two children.


Assistant Attorney General

Sean Towles
Sean is a native of northern Colorado, Sean earned a BA in History from Colorado State University in 2011 before earning a JD and Master’s in Public Administration from Indiana University in 2015. During law school, Sean earned a CALI Excellence for the Future Award for his performance in Water Law, and completed internships with the Law Reform Commission of Liberia, the City of Fort Collins, and the Indiana Attorney General’s Office. Sean began his career as an attorney for the Indiana Attorney General’s Office, advising numerous state agencies and boards on a wide variety of issues and litigating state collections cases. Sean is licensed to practice law in Indiana, Colorado, and Wyoming. In his spare time, Sean enjoys coaching wrestling and playing drums. 
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Paralegal
Brandie Moulton
(307) 777-8935
brandie,moulton@wyo.gov