West Virginia's Supreme Court of Appeals will return to Marshall's Huntington campus Tuesday, Sept. 18, to hear four arguments. The session, which begins at 10 a.m. in the Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts Center, is free to the public.
The court’s appearance will be its fifth in the past eight years on Marshall’s Huntington campus. It will be among the many events staged during Constitution Week at Marshall, which begins Monday, Sept. 10, and concludes Thursday, Sept. 27.
The docket for the Supreme Court’s visit can be found at www.courtswv.gov/supreme-court/calendar/2012/dockets/sept-18-12ad.html.
Constitution Week at Marshall is an annual observance to commemorate the adoption of the United States Constitution and the contributions of Chief Justice John Marshall, for whom the university is named. Constitution Week activities are sponsored by the John Deaver Drinko Academy. Watch upcoming issues of "We Are...Marshall" for more information on Constitution Week.
Photo: The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, shown
here in their 2009 session at Marshall, will return this year on Sept. 18.
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