bdub77: Police officers removed Newkirk after a brief scuffle. He was charged with violating a law that prohibits "loud threatening or abusive language" in the Supreme Court building.Also, I would love to see this guy fight the case and take it to the Supreme Court.
sprgrss: 3) Citizen's United was correctly decided. Instead of trying to cap outside advertising during elections, fight for disclosure laws
fusillade762: Newkirk was charged with violating federal law that makes it a crime to "harangue" or utter "loud threatening or abusive language" in the Supreme Court building.How has Scalia avoided ending up in the clink all these years?
Witty_Retort: 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.
nmrsnr: I never understood the "no recordings" bit.
nmrsnr: Satanic_Hamster: Concerns about lawyers or even judges grandstanding for the cameras/6'o'clock news.But it's transcribed. And don't they have time limits, and can't the Justices shut them up by interrupting?
nmrsnr: I never understood the "no recordings" bit. I get not having distractions in the gallery, but not allowing C-SPAN or something from recording something that is a public hearing that is fully transcribed seems just odd.
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