WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Monday it will hold arguments by teleconference in May in key cases, including ’s bid to .
The court will make live audio of the arguments available for the first time. It had previously for March and April because of the coronavirus.
The court will hear 10 cases in all between May 4 and May 13. In addition to fights over subpoenas for Trump’s financial records, they include two cases about whether for the candidate who won their state.
The justices and the lawyers arguing the cases all will participate remotely. The court said a live audio feed will be provided to news organizations.
The court has never live-streamed