The Supreme Court hears oral argument for Trump v. Hawaii, a case concerning the third version of President Trump’s travel ban.
This site contains oral argument recordings released from May 21, 2008 to the present.
Schedule of Oral Arguments . Unless otherwise directed below, Court will convene at 9:30 a.m. in the Michigan Hall of Justice. Counsel are required to be present at 9:15 a.m. Counsel in cases scheduled after the [BREAK] may check in any time prior to 12:15 p.m.
Recorded videos are generally posted by 5 p.m. the same day of the arguments. Technical issues occasionally may cause a delay in posting. To Search for an Oral Argument Video:
Audio Files Fourth Circuit oral argument audio files in MP3 format are posted on the court’s Internet site by the next business day. The court began posting links to oral argument audio files in May 2011.
ORAL ARGUMENTS . The Second District Court of Appeal offers audio and video of oral arguments commencing in October 2012. Additionally, live video is streamed from our courtrooms beginning approximately 10 minutes before each oral argument session.
The Listen Icon next to a hearing date indicates oral arguments were recorded and are available.. Click the Listen Icon to review/listen to cases recorded on that date.
The current month’s Oral Argument Summaries and briefs are available on-line. Press summaries usually are not available until the Friday before the week of arguments.
Listen to or download oral argument recordings from April 2017 to present.. To obtain a CD recording of an oral argument, send a request to: Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit, 56 Forsyth St., NW, Atlanta, GA 30303.
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