Mics vs. Cameras in the Supreme Court

As another Supreme Court term begins, law junkies are watching online to hear live as the Justices grapple with constitutional questions weighing heavily on their mahogany couches. . But press that pause button for a second to acknowledge this is an important move for the Court’s openness.

Live streaming of oral arguments began as a Covid pandemic innovation, as the Judges left their marble courtrooms in favor of side-barbecuing each case through debate. conference call over the phone. This semester, however, the Court continues to welcome live audiences. Until last week, no one knew if this meant the internet’s online feed was going to die. Fortunately, no.

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Edmund DeMarche

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