Caseload Highlights: The Appellate Section of the State Court Guide to Statistical Reporting
Supplemental Survey of Civil Appeals, 2001
Alaska supreme court oral arguments are broadcast on Gavel Alaska on cable systems throughout the state. For an exact broadcast schedule, visit the Gavel Alaska website. Gavel Alaska also archives many cases before the supreme court.
Gavel to Gavel Florida. Since 1997 the Florida Supreme Court has worked with WFSU-TV to televise, record and archive oral argument proceedings.
The First District Court of Appeal offers audio and video of oral arguments from January 2004 to the present. Additionally, live video is streamed from our courtrooms when oral arguments are presented. Archives of oral arguments are generally made available within 24 hours of when the oral argument was held.
Supreme Court: Live Stream of Oral Arguments
Court of Appeals: Live Stream of Oral Arguments
Oral Arguments MP3 digital audio recordings of Hawai`i Supreme Court and Intermediate Court of Appeals oral arguments archived since March 21, 2007.
As part of its commitment to making courts accessible to the public, the Michigan Supreme Court broadcasts its oral arguments and other hearings live on the Internet via streaming video technology.
Minnesota Supreme Court oral arguments are available as streaming video. Archiving began in September 2005.
Oral arguments before Nebraska’s Appellate Courts can be viewed live from Nebraska Educational Television’s Live & On Demand: State Government website. Includes an Oral Argument Archive (Audio and Video).
Supreme Court Arguments Archive.
Court of Appeals Arguments Archive.
Listen to Audio Files of Oral Arguments. Supreme Court of Nevada.
Live Audio Sessions
- This page lists all Webcasts currently in progress across the South Dakota Unified Judicial System.
Access videos of oral arguments and meetings, both live and archived.
In 1995, Washington became one of the first courts in the world to allow gavel-to-gavel coverage of all cases, which are televised year-round on TVW, Washington State's Public Affairs Network.
A live courtroom-audio broadcast is offered to the public as an electronic means to promote citizens access to the Courts and the judicial process.