Bluebook Rule 12.9.3 provides citation form guidelines and examples for federal and state rules of evidence and procedure.
A date is not used in a citation to a court rule of evidence or procedure. Rule 12.9.3 states that the researcher should use abbreviations such as those given in the examples listed in the Rule, or abbreviations suggested by the name of a particular court rule, which will vary from jurisidiction to jurisdiction.
Wyoming Court Rules:
The Wyoming court rules are published as part of both print versions of the Wyoming annotated statutes, Wyoming Statutes Annotated (LexisNexis) and West's Wyoming Statutes Annotated. These print versions include some selected litigation forms, and the West print version contains local federal court rules. Wyoming court rules can also be accessed free at the Wyoming Judicial Branch web site.
Court Rules for Other States:
Both Lexis and Westlaw provide coverage of court rules for all fifty states. Rules can be searched for individual states or in various combined databases. In Lexis and Westlaw you can also access treatises and practice materials for various states. Look under the specific jurisdiction or under Secondary Sources.
Many state courts publish their rules on their web sites. These will most likely not be annotated with interpretive cases.
Federal court rules and procedures fall into four categories: