U.S. Supreme Court Arguments and Analysis Linda Wertheimer and Noah Adams bring us excerpts of today's oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in the contest of the presidential election results from Florida. For the second time in history, the court has released an audio tape of a session. Today's arguments by attorneys for George W. Bush and Al Gore lasted 90 minutes. We hear the voices of the justices asking questions, and the attorneys' responses. Robert A. Destro, Dean of the Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America and Jeffrey Rosen, Associate Professor of Law at The George Washington University in Washington DC provide analysis.

U.S. Supreme Court Arguments and Analysis

U.S. Supreme Court Arguments and Analysis

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Linda Wertheimer and Noah Adams bring us excerpts of today's oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in the contest of the presidential election results from Florida. For the second time in history, the court has released an audio tape of a session. Today's arguments by attorneys for George W. Bush and Al Gore lasted 90 minutes. We hear the voices of the justices asking questions, and the attorneys' responses. Robert A. Destro, Dean of the Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America and Jeffrey Rosen, Associate Professor of Law at The George Washington University in Washington DC provide analysis.

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