Arkansas Supreme Court to Conduct Oral Argument at Law School
Posted on March 1, 2011
On April 7, 2011, the Arkansas Supreme Court conducted oral argument at the University of Arkansas School of Law. The opinion on the case argued, CR 10-290, Wyouman Camp v State of Arkansas, has been handed down.
The Arkansas Supreme Court will conduct oral argument in Fayetteville, AR at the University of Arkansas School of Law, on Thursday, April 7th. The argument will begin at 9:00 a.m. (The Court will go into informal session for a few minutes right at 9:00 to allow for photographs). The case to be argued is CR 10-290, Wyouman Camp v State of Arkansas.
Amendment 80 to the Arkansas Constitution, adopted by vote of the people in 2000, provides that the Supreme Court may meet at such times and places as designated by the Court. This will only be the twelfth occasion in modern times that the Supreme Court has held court outside of Little Rock. Since 2002, the Supreme Court has held oral argument in Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Monticello, Hope, Harrison, Bentonville, Helena, Hot Springs, Blytheville and Texarkana in an effort to provide more Arkansas citizens an opportunity to see how the state’s Supreme Court and the appellate process work.
We’ve provided the Arkansas Supreme Court Oral Argument documents for review.