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Posted on: Feb 17, 2021

Intro by Ruth Johnson, Indiana Public Defender Council

When the pandemic triggered closures and shutdowns, the Indiana Supreme Court and Indiana Court of Appeals quickly harnessed technology and moved to remote oral arguments using Zoom. Since March 2020, oral arguments in the United States Supreme Court have been remote as well. The United States Supreme Court now offers livestreaming of its audio and is hearing arguments via telephone.

In a fascinating look behind the scenes a veteran courtroom sketch artist has captured the vastly different styles of appellate advocates as they argue before the United States Supreme Court from their home or office. Read more from SCOTUSBlog here.

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