SCOTUS will hear arguments by teleconference, live-streamed to the public

The Supreme Court of the United States announced it would hear arguments in May virtually for 13 cases that had been postponed from the March and April sittings. The court said that live audio of the arguments would be available to the public for the first time in court history.

The 13 cases include several that were deemed to be time-sensitive by the court, including a pair of cases that deal with electoral college delegates and two that relate to the release of President Donald Trump’s financial documents.

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