The Arizona State Supreme Will Be Streaming Arguments
The Arizona State Supreme Court is going virtual.
For the next six cases attorneys will transmit their legal arguments to the courtroom via video-conference.
Some justices will remain in the courtroom while others will be working remotely from Tucson. The public will not be allowed in the courtroom, but the court says sessions can be viewed online live or from the archive.
The first three cases are scheduled for April 14.