SCOTUS Will Hold In-Person Arguments, But Will Not Be Open to the Public
The Supreme Court is making progress towards a return to normalcy. This Term, the Justices will hear arguments in person. But attendance will be limited to the Justices, “essential Court personnel, counsel in the scheduled cases, and journalists with full-time press credentials.” The sessions will not be open to the public. But on the plus side, the “Court anticipates providing a live audio feed.” And soon enough, Justice Barrett will make her first public appearance on the bench.
This announcement is significant for several reasons.
First, since the Delta outbreak, I worrie
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