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    This is ****ing madness. GOOD LORD, what a mess. It's not this hard, but yet we have government officials who always step on the constitution. etc... makes me sick !


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    Oral arguments before a three judge panel of the First Circuit have been scheduled for the first week of April. Morin v. Leahy
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    Can the public attend? Can it be televised?

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    Anyone can attend. Proceedings in federal court are not televised, nor are even still cameras allowed. The last time I had federal jury duty, we were told to leave our cell phones in our cars or at home because we wouldn't get into the building.

    That's why they have all those drawings on TV when they talk about federal cases.

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    Practices vary from court to court. The First Circuit typically posts oral argument recordings on their website, often the same day. The Ninth Circuit live-streams oral arguments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckle Dragger View Post
    Oral arguments before a three judge panel of the First Circuit have been scheduled for the first week of April. Morin v. Leahy
    Thank You for the fighting the good fight. Please kick these son of bitches in the baby maker.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Garys View Post
    Anyone can attend. Proceedings in federal court are not televised, nor are even still cameras allowed. The last time I had federal jury duty, we were told to leave our cell phones in our cars or at home because we wouldn't get into the building.

    That's why they have all those drawings on TV when they talk about federal cases.
    I always leave my cell behind. They'll check them at the door, but willingly handing my cell phone to federal LE isn't on my to do list.

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    This Tuesday:

    05/02/2017 -- Oral Arguments scheduled

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckle Dragger View Post
    Oral arguments before a three judge panel of the First Circuit have been scheduled for the first week of April. Morin v. Leahy
    Bump. Think happy thoughts everyone. We only get 10 minutes to make our case in front of the court. We might just have one sympathetic ear on this panel so we'll need all the good vibes you can spare. Audio should be up in a couple of days and we'll post a link in this thread.

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    I always leave my cell behind. They'll check them at the door, but willingly handing my cell phone to federal LE isn't on my to do list.
    I don't like to check mine either*, (some federal courts don't even allow that). But that also means I have to drive since my alternative would be Uber and I can't call Uber without my phone.

    *Ironically, I can't check my phone at my neighborhood state district court, but I can check my gun.
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    Go get 'em, and thank you for all you do!

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