Can I attend an Indiana Supreme Court oral argument?

Published 03/12/2015 03:27 PM   |    Updated 12/06/2016 10:23 PM
Can I attend an Indiana Supreme Court oral argument?

Yes, oral arguments are open to the public and no registration is required to attend. The press, general public, educators, and students are all invited to attend an oral argument.

Oral arguments in appeals pending before the Supreme Court are usually held in the Supreme Court Courtroom (State House Room 317 in downtown Indianapolis).

Arguments can also be viewed from a computer; most arguments are webcast live, and an archive of past arguments is available for viewing online. This information can be found at https://mycourts.in.gov/arguments/.

Please visit the Office of Communication, Education and Outreach webpage (http://courts.in.gov/admin/3181.htm) to learn more about sitting in on an argument, bringing a tour group or the video feed.
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