U.S. Supreme Court justices will have to wait their turn if they want to ask questions during the court’s first-ever telephone arguments starting next week.
The court said Tuesday it will deviate from its usual questioning practice, which at times resembles a free-for-all, and go in order of seniority when the court convenes Monday for the first of 10 remote arguments.
That means Chief Justice
The court said the session will begin with the traditional “Oyez! Oyez!” call from the court’s marshal, Pamela Talkin.
The court will hear a trademark case Monday. The highlight of the two-week session is likely to be May 12, when the justices will consider a set of cases involving subpoenas for President
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