Bloomberg Law reports:
For the first time in history, people outside the U.S. Supreme Court’s walls will be able to hear arguments as they happen. It may not be baseball, but plenty of court watchers and casual fans alike are excited for the action.
The institution rejects cameras in the courtroom or even same-day audio, but the coronavirus threw it a curveball and now the justices are livestreaming 10 arguments over the next two weeks, with that audio carried to the public by C-Span and other networks.
The lineup starts with some table-setters, less weighty cases, presumably to work out any kinks, then finishes with some heavy hitters, cases involving subpoenas for President Donald Trump’s financial records and a dispute over faithless Electoral College electors.
I’ll bump up this post at 10AM.