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Tale of the Tape: Justice Lemons tells how court uses recordings (access required)

Lawyers who appear before the Supreme Court of Virginia should remember that they are being taped when they argue. Lawyers in Lynchburg perked up their ears last week when Supreme Court Justice Donald W. Lemons reminded them that oral arguments at the court are recorded. Lemons brought up the tape recording practice when he admonished oral ...

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  1. I was able to obtain a copy of a recorded oral argument several years ago – my own – before the Va Supreme Court. Probably the Court doesn’t typically make copies or perhaps they’ve changed their policy in the past few years. But it doesn’t hurt to ask. I just wrote a letter request and provided a cassette tape. Got the copy about a week later.

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