The Court's day calendar generally contains between 20 to 30 appeals. Each case is argued or submitted in order until the calendar is concluded at which time the Court will recess.
To protect the privacy interests of individuals in matters before the Court, and the need to protect litigants, particularly children, from harm, those persons appearing for oral argument may not disclose:
Any person responsible for such disclosure at oral argument must report such disclosure to the receptionist immediately following their argument before the Court.
Within three business days archived arguments are generally made available for public viewing. Videos may not be published in the order in which they were recorded.
To protect the privacy interests of individuals in matters before the Court certain archives may not be made available for public viewing -- a notation will be made in place of the video.
If you are unable to access the archive of a particular argument because of a disability, please contact Alan Ross, Deputy Clerk of the Court and the Courtâ€™s designated ADA Liaison (by e-mail at email@example.com or by telephone at 585-530-3102), to request a reasonable accommodation.