The South Carolina Supreme Court is now streaming its oral arguments. The Court’s upcoming roster is available here. You may view the oral arguments here.
Links to oral arguments in other state courts are available here, and audio from the United States Supreme Court and many of the federal circuit courts is available here.
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Recordings of appellate arguments in the United States Supreme Court and 10 federal circuit courts are now available from a website and twitter feed. With updates every 15 minutes, the sites let you play, search, and download the recordings.
Kudos to Brad Heath, a journalist with USA Today, who developed the sites.
Praises also to the National Center for State Courts. It similarly complied a site that has links to oral argument recordings from several state appellate courts.
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