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List of cases for argument on 10/13/2015
Montgomery v. Louisiana (14-280)

Hurst v. Florida (14-7505)

What's New
  • Beginning with the October Term 2015, postrelease edits to slip opinions on the Court’s website will be highlighted and the date they occur will be noted. The date of any revision will be listed in a new “Revised” column on the charts of Opinions, In-Chambers Opinions, and Opinions Related to Orders under the “Opinions” tab on the website. The location of a revision will be highlighted in the opinion. When a cursor is placed over a highlighted section, a dialog box will open to show both old and new text.  See "Sample Opinions" for an example of how postrelease edits will appear on the website. 
  • The Court’s Office of Information Technology is collaborating with the Library, the Reporter of Decisions’ Office, and the Clerk’s Office to preserve web-based content cited in Court opinions. To address the problem of “link rot,” where internet material cited in Court opinions may change or cease to exist, web-based content included in Court opinions from the 2005 Term forward is being made available on the Court’s website.  Hard copies will continue to be retained in the case files by the Clerk’s Office.  See “Internet Sources Cited in Opinions." 
  • Beginning in October Term 2015, only Bar members who actually intend to attend argument will be allowed in the line for the Bar section; “line standers” will not be permitted.  See "Visitors Guide to Oral Argument."
  • The Supreme Court Fellows Program is now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 fellowship year. Click here to learn more.


Recent Arguments

The transcripts of oral arguments are posted on this Web site on the same day an argument is heard by the Court. Same-day transcripts are considered official but subject to final review. The audio recordings of all oral arguments heard by the Supreme Court of the United States are available to the public at the end of each argument week. The audio recordings are posted on Fridays after Conference.

Tuesday, October 13
14-280 Montgomery v. Louisiana Transcript  
14-7505 Hurst v. Florida Transcript  
Wednesday, October 07
14-452 Kansas v. Gleason Transcript Audio
14-449 Kansas v. Carr Transcript Audio
Tuesday, October 06
14-361 Ocasio v. United States Transcript Audio
14-462 Directv, Inc. v. Imburgia Transcript Audio
Monday, October 05
13-1067 OBB Personenverkehr AG v. Sachs Transcript Audio
14-520 Hawkins v. Community Bank of Raymore Transcript Audio
Wednesday, April 29
14-7955 Glossip v. Gross Transcript Audio
14-185 Mata v. Lynch Transcript Audio

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