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Oral Argument Videos


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In 2015, the judges of the Ninth District Court of Appeals began a pilot program to video record oral arguments.  The Court entered a standing order on video recording as a first step in this process.

The Court's goal is to make oral arguments available to the general public.  The videos will be available through a link on this page as soon as possible after the oral argument is held, generally within a day or two of the oral argument.  The video recording is not an official record of the proceedings.  It is intended to be used for informational purposes only.

The following video will give you an overview of the program and a little more background about how the Court reached this point.


Oral argument videos will be posted on YouTube as soon as possible after oral argument.  It will generally take a day or two for the videos to be available.  The Court's YouTube channel is available here.

If you have any suggestions or comments about our pilot program, please email them to the Court by clicking here or sending an email to