Depends on where it was adjudicated. Convictions or trials, court cases and filings, all are public records unless sealed by the court.
Look up what it takes to evict a person in your area and see where they are filed. A good number of evictions are filed by people that are not attorneys, but by landlords. Wyoming evictions are processed in courts. to initiate the eviction suit, the landlord will file a complaint at the local courthouse. So basically, it's a court record search.
If the arrest is recent, you can still see them on sheriffs/police sites on their inmate or in custody lists webpages. You can also see warrants lists and request other types of criminal data such as incident reports and more. The individual departments have their own free online data of arrests, if you are not able to find the databases in serps, begin with a county page search, go to their police/sheriffs pages and look for an open arrest list. If you're not sure which area, you can begin by going through the inmate lists that are easily found for a quick check, there are only 23 counties in Wyoming which is not too many to look into.
There are two options available through government agencies, one, the Wyoming Department of Health which issues divorce certificate, second are the courts where the divorce was filed.
Generally, the information is not available freely and to anyone. It is not difficult to request your own record since disclosure of private data is not a factor. When you're trying to get another person's driver's background, you will need an authorization. This form is used often when a prospective applicant is asked to bring their driving records with them as a prerequisite to being hired.