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Oral Arguments Before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

Suffolk University Law School, in cooperation with the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, maintains this site in order to make oral arguments before the Supreme Judicial Court accessible to the general public and the legal community. Webcasts of Supreme Judicial Court oral arguments at the John Adams Courthouse are available live while the cases are being argued and may also be viewed at a later time through the Suffolk Law School's archives. Please see below for more information.

 
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Live Webcast   (9:00 AM-1:00 PM April 6-7 and 10)

If you are interested in watching an argument on the web, please scroll down to the schedule of cases to be argued and activate this player on the proper morning. The order of arguments, as listed below, may change if circumstances dictate. You may also view a summary of each case prior to viewing the webcast by selecting "Case Summaries."


Archives
Webcasts will also be archived so that after each argument, web site visitors will be able to view all arguments which have already occurred. The arguments can be searched by date, case title or by docket number, and will be accessible within four days of the court proceedings. To view arguments which have been previously archived, please visit the SJC Oral Argument Webcasts Archives page, or simply point your mouse on the "View Archives" button located at the right.

System Requirements
This webcast is best viewed on PCs with: Windows 2000 or newer operating system; Flash 10.0 or later; 600+ MHz processor; 128+ MB RAM; 8+ MB Video Memory; and IE v5.5 or later or Apple Macintosh computers with: OS X 10.1.5 or later (10.2.x recommended); 450+ mhz G3 processor; 128+ MB RAM: 10 MB free HD space; 256 colors (millions recommended); IE 5.5+ or Netscape 7.1+.



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Summaries Cases/Dockets (select docket number for info)
    04/06/2015
SummariesCase Summaries

SJC-11827

Kace v. Liang
(Link opens new window) SJC-11819 Commonwealth v. Brewer
  SJC-11821 Commonwealth v. McGhee
  SJC-11791 Boyle v. Zurich American Insurance Company  
  SJC-11824 Commonwealth v. Douglas  
  SJC-11737 Commonwealth v. Jones-Pannell  
    04/07/2015
SummariesCase Summaries SJC-11825 Commonwealth v. Roberts
(Link opens new window) SJC-11792 Commonwealth v. Lavrinenko
 

SJC-11820

Commonwealth v. Bruneau
 

SJC-11793

Commonwealth v. Dorelas  
 

SJC-11735

Commonwealth v. Starks  
 

SJC-11767

Rodriguez v. City of Somerville  
    04/09/2015
SummariesCase Summaries

SJC-11803

Commonwealth v. Augustine
(Link opens new window) SJC-11816 Murray v. Town of Hudson
SJC-11822 Three Registered Sex Offenders v. City of Lynn
SJC-11535 Commonwealth v. Niemic
SJC-11818 Tirado v. Board of Appeal on Motor Vehicle Liability Policies and Bonds
  (Reserve Case)
    04/10/2015
SummariesCase Summaries

SJC-10505

Commonwealth v. Cadet
(Link opens new window) SJC-10784 Commonwealth v. Lessieur
 

SJC-10018

Commonwealth v. Spinucci  
 

SJC-10667

Commonwealth v. Drayton
 
Oral arguments generally take one half hour per case (15 minutes per side), except in first degree murder cases, which generally take 40 minutes (20 minutes per side). Court begins promptly at 9:00am. The Justices may take a brief recess mid-morning, lasting approximately 10 minutes.  

 


This webcast is made available to the general public for informational purposes only and does not constitute an official record of court proceedings.

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