October 7, 2013

Maine supreme court to convene at three schools this week

Orono, Nokomis and Cape Elizabeth high schools will host sessions at which the justices will hear oral arguments in actual cases.

The Associated Press

ORONO — Maine supreme court justices are going back to school.

The Supreme Judicial Court this week is visiting three Maine high schools, where oral arguments will be heard in cases that have been appealed to the court.

Justices are scheduled to hear three cases on Monday at Orono High School. They’ll hear cases Tuesday at Nokomis High School in Newport and Wednesday at Cape Elizabeth High School.

This is the eighth year that the court had has held oral arguments at Maine high schools to give students a chance to hear cases.

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