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POLS 1101
American Government
Course Assignment 13
Name _Lauren Allison__
The Supreme Court
Please visit the following web site: http://www.oyez.org/cases/2016. Scroll
through the cases (there are two pages of cases) and select a case that has
been argued and is of interest to you. Click on the name of the case. Read
through the information about the case and then listen to the oral
arguments for that case by clicking the link below the “Argument”
section. Please respond to the following questions.
1. What did you find most interesting about the oral arguments that you
listened to?
First, I found most interesting that the Lewis and Clarke argument was
named that. One, because of Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804.
Second, this argument was very entertaining due to the argument that
was very diverse.
2. After listening to the oral arguments, did you find yourself agreeing
with one side or the other? Why or why not?
I agreed with a woman that stated there was flawed endured in that
argument.
3. Many folks have pressed for cameras to be allowed into the chambers
of the Supreme Court so that the public can witness oral arguments in
cases, rather than just having audio or written documents
available. Do you think this would be a good idea? Do you think that
seeing the oral arguments in person would change your mind on how
you viewed the case? Explain your thoughts.
I do not think pf this being a good idea. I believe you would go
through a lot with dealing with people not wanting to be recorded, and
some may act out while being recorded. However, I do believe seeing
this argument in person would be super interesting and understanding.

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