The justices of the Michigan Supreme Court will travel Wednesday to Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor to hear oral arguments in Estate of Beals v State of Michigan. The hearing, scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m., will allow all Ann Arbor high school students, as well as high school students from many surrounding areas, to watch actual oral arguments in a real Michigan Supreme Court case.
This trip is just the latest in many undertaken as part of the Court Community Connections program. In the past, the program has taken justices to Lapeer, Hastings, Saginaw, Centreville, Auburn Hills, Berrien County, Lenawee County, Dearborn, Caro, Marshall, Grand Rapids, Midland, Big Rapids and Kalamazoo.
This time, you too can watch the oral arguments live, even if you're not a high school student and you're unable to travel to Ann Arbor. For the first time ever, the Supreme Court will provide a live stream of the oral argument outside the Hall of Justice. Tune in to the live stream.
Learn more about the Court Community Connections program.
Posted by Samantha Meinke