For the first time in the US history, a US court has ruled in favor of a telephone hearing
The Corona epidemic changed the rules and regulations of the world, Arguments will be heard by telephone in the US Supreme Court today for the first time, This will be the first time in The United States since the invention of the Graham Bell telephone in 1867 that judges have heard arguments over the phone.
The US Supreme Court will hear cases for the new judicial week starting today, the court will hear only 10 cases thus the seniority role will be adopted during the hearing.
Judges will ask questions in terms of seniority, Chief Justice John Roberts will speak first, and Justice Brett Kanov last.
The bell to be rung 5 minutes before the judges’ arrival and at the time of their arrival will also remain silent. Lawyers will receive a call at 9:30 a.m. local time.
The call will be made 30 minutes before the start of arguments, the court order will be read at 10 am.
This will be the second time since the inauguration of the US Supreme Court building in 1935 that judges will meet outside the courtroom. Earlier, in 2001, the courtroom was temporarily relocated after anthrax was found in the mailroom.