Supreme Court of the United States

Today at the Court - Tuesday, Feb 27, 2024

  • The Court will convene for a public session in the Courtroom at 10 a.m. The Justices will hear two oral arguments. An audio feed will be live-streamed, and the audio will be available on the Court's website later in the day.
  • Seating for the oral argument session will be provided to the public, members of the Supreme Court Bar, and press. The three-minute line will be temporarily suspended. The Supreme Court Building will be otherwise closed to the public.
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Oral Arguments

Week of Monday, February 26

Monday, February 26
Moody v. NetChoice, LLC (22-277)
NetChoice, LLC v. Paxton (22-555)

Tuesday, February 27
McIntosh v. United States (22-7386)
Cantero v. Bank of America, N.A. (22-529)

Wednesday, February 28
Garland, Att'y Gen. v. Cargill (22-976)
Coinbase, Inc. v. Suski (23-3)


The audio recordings and transcripts of all oral arguments heard by the Supreme Court of the United States are posted on this website on the same day an argument is heard by the Court. Same-day transcripts are considered official but subject to final review.

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Recent Decisions

February 21, 2024
McElrath v. Georgia (22-721)
The jury’s verdict that the defendant was not guilty by reason of insanity of malice murder constituted an acquittal for double jeopardy purposes notwithstanding any inconsistency with the jury’s other verdicts.

Great Lakes Ins. SE v. Raiders Retreat Realty Co. (22-500)
Choice-of-law provisions in maritime contracts are presumptively enforceable under federal maritime law, with narrow exceptions not applicable in this case.

February 08, 2024
Department of Agriculture Rural Development Rural Housing Service v. Kirtz (22-846)
A consumer may sue a federal agency under 15 U. S. C. §§1681n and 1681o for defying the terms of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

Murray v. UBS Securities, LLC (22-660)
A whistleblower seeking to invoke the protections of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act—18 U. S. C. §1514A(a)—must prove that their protected activity was a contributing factor in the employer’s unfavorable personnel action, but need not prove that the employer acted with “retaliatory intent.”

December 05, 2023
Acheson Hotels, LLC v. Laufer (22-429)
Because Laufer voluntarily dismissed her pending suits under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Laufer’s case against Acheson is moot.

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Did You Know...

Former President Argues Before the Court

On February 23, 1841, a 73-year-old United States representative appeared before the Supreme Court in United States  v. Amistad. John Quincy Adams, the former president, argued alongside a team representing a group of Africans who, while held captive, had overtaken the crew of La Amistad, a Spanish ship engaged in the slave trade. The Court declared the Africans free persons, and the 35 survivors returned to Africa, arriving in January 1842.


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John Quincy Adams etching by Joseph Andrews after G.P.A. Healy, 1848.
John Quincy Adams etching by Joseph Andrews after G.P.A. Healy, 1848.
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Pamphlet of John Quincy Adams’ argument.
Pamphlet of John Quincy Adams’ argument.
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