Beginning Aug. 20, all Idaho Supreme Court oral arguments scheduled for hearing in Boise will be web-streamed live statewide by Idaho Public Television, Chief Justice Roger S. Burdick announced this week.
Next week, there are three days of arguments scheduled: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, all starting at 8:50 a.m.
Among the cases to be heard and live-streamed: The first one up Monday morning involves a search after a traffic stop when a drug dog alerted on a car; the first case on Wednesday morning is Rex Rammell's appeal in his lawsuit against the state, then-Gov. Jim Risch and Idaho Fish & Game over the shooting of his escaped domestic elk; and Friday's cases include the Idaho Wool Growers' lawsuit against the state regarding bighorn sheep and the Idaho State Tax Commission's appeal of a favorable court ruling Pacificorp obtained over the taxable value of its operating property in Idaho.
Here is next weeks schedule:
8:50 a.m. Steven Clay Anderson v. State
10 a.m. Washington Federal Savings v. Van Engelen
8:50 a.m. Rex Rammell v. State
10 a.m. Dept. of Transportation v. Van Camp
11:10 a.m. CDA Dairy Queen v. State Insurance Fund
8:50 a.m. Idaho Wool Growers Assn. vs. State
10 a.m. Kyle Athay v. Rich County, Utah
11:10 a.m. Pacificorp v. State Tax Commission