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Re: [dvd-discuss] Eldred Being Argued Today
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- Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] Eldred Being Argued Today
- From: Jeremy Erwin <jerwin(at)ponymail.com>
- Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2002 13:24:38 -0400
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On Wednesday, October 9, 2002, at 12:40 PM, John Zulauf wrote:
> Sham Gardner wrote:
>> On Wed, Oct 09, 2002 at 08:36:08AM -0700, Michael A Rolenz wrote:
>>> Eldred is being argues today (probably as I type). I hope that anyone
>>> there can send out their impressions and summary if they can....
>> What's the situation with audio recordings or transcripts in this
The transcripts are normally available 5 business days days after oral
arguments ($2.85 per page/average length is 55 pages).
(www.aldersonreporting.com). Permission to republish must be obtained
in writing from the company, Permission to republish small excerpts
(<20 lines) is routinely granted.
10-15 days afterwards, transcripts are published on the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court Library obtains copies about a week earlier (7-10
days after transcripts are completed), but no photocopies are allowed
until the beginning of the next term.
Tapes of Oral arguments are available at the beginning of the next
term. (National Archives).
Moral: the penniless, lexisless masses will not be able to read the
transcripts for 2-3 more weeks, unless a party (EFF, say) somehow
obtains permission to post.