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story.lead_photo.caption Arkansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Jim Hannah talks Tuesday in Little Rock about the court expanding access to view its oral arguments by streaming live videos of the proceedings online beginning Thursday. ( Rick McFarland)

The Arkansas Supreme Court is expanding access to its oral arguments by streaming live video of the proceedings online, starting Thursday.

The Arkansas Supreme Court will broadcast oral arguments live on its website.

Supreme Court to livestream oral arguments

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Arkansas, Pages 7 on 09/15/2010

Print Headline: State’s high court set for live Net debut


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  • jetjohn
    September 15, 2010 at 4:43 p.m.

    Chief Justice Jim Hannah said. “The judiciary is not used to looking forward to change; we don’t do change well.”-- No he doesn't. Hannah is as cold-hearted as they come! How he landed in the Supreme Court, I'll never know. His decisions, when he was in White County, were so biased. Just look at those "cold fish eyes!!!"