The Supreme Court’s Open Telephonic Arguments – How Did They Work and Do They Augur More Openness?
Adam Liptak, New York Times Supreme Court correspondent, discusses the last two weeks of telephonic oral arguments before the High Court which were open to the public: How did they work, were they successful, did the public listen-in in numbers, were there glitches or interruptions, were the arguments different, and is this a harbinger of greater access in the future?
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