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The Court of Appeals has a change in process for viewing oral argument on July 7, 2021. View the media release.
Pursuant to CJO 20-03 (Fifth Amended),beginning in July 2020 and until further order (and at least through October 2021), the Court of Appeals will conduct oral arguments by video conference. Most arguments will be streamed live through the court’s webcasting system. You can access the live feed here: https://www.courts.oregon.gov/courts/appellate/media/Pages/webcasting.aspx
A live audio and video feed of oral arguments that are being conducted remotely by video conference will be available in the Justice Building courtroom at 1162 Court Street NE, Salem, OR 97301. Due to the need for social distancing occasioned by COVID-19, seating at the Justice Building location to view a live audio and video feed of oral arguments that are being conducted remotely by video conference will be limited to the number of persons that is posted at the Marshal's Station at the entrance to the Justice Building.
7-19-2020 – View updated Court of Appeals Video Argument Tips for remote oral argument.
All attorneys appearing for the morning argument session must check in with the Bailiff by 9:00 a.m. All attorneys appearing for the afternoon argument session must check in by 1:30 p.m. The order of cases on the docket often changes. Therefore, do not assume that your case will not be called at the beginning of the argument session. If you are not present in the courtroom at the time the case is called, the Court may deem your argument waived. If an emergency prevents you from arriving at argument at the beginning of the court session, you should advise the Court as soon as possible by calling the Calendar Clerk directly at 503-986-6408, or the ACRS at 503-986-5555.
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