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Thursday, April 09, 2015

Ind. Courts - Some traveling COA oral arguments will now be captured on video

From a news release:

INDIANAPOLIS – The Court of Appeals is now recording selected oral arguments conducted at high schools, colleges and other venues for archived viewing on the Court’s oral arguments webpage. Live streaming is not currently available.

The first publicly available recording was conducted Feb. 17 at Wabash College and posted to the court’s website Feb. 18. The next scheduled recording will occur April 16 at the Merrillville Branch, Lake County Public Library, in Merrillville.

The Court routinely webcasts and records oral arguments in its Statehouse courtroom, which is equipped with a sophisticated digital recording system. Until now, however, the Court lacked portable equipment to record Appeals on Wheels arguments, which the Court conducts about 30 times per year across Indiana.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on April 9, 2015 03:01 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts