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Washington Supreme Court to Hear Oral Argument at Washington State UniversitySeptember 12, 2002
In a community visit on September 24th, the Washington State Supreme Court will call
Their visit will also include a luncheon reception on September 24th, posthumously honoring Supreme Court historian and Washington State University Professor Charles H. Sheldon.
Starting at , Chief Justice Gerry Alexander and Justices Charles Z. Smith, Charles W. Johnson, Barbara A. Madsen, Richard B. Sanders, Faith
Immediately following arguments on the first two cases, the justices will answer questions from the audience, then conference on the cases in private until .
The Court will recess for a luncheon convened by the Foley Institute to honor Professor Sheldon, and re-convene at to hear arguments on the last case of the day.
With their arrival to
The Washington Supreme Court has made community visits throughout the state since 1985, which are open to the public. Though cameras and video recorders are generally allowed, the court asks that no flash, other lights, or noisy film advance mechanisms be used during the hearings.
Written opinions will be rendered three to six months after oral argument. For further information regarding the Court, visit the Washington Courts website at www.courts.wa.gov.
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