Supreme court hears arguments in O'Neill

 

Terry Miles | Holt County Independent

Law school • Summerland students attend a Law Day presentation at O'Neill High School, April 27.

The Nebraska Supreme Court listened to arguments in two cases, April 27, in O'Neill, as part of Law Day. Twenty-six Summerland students, along with sponsors Dan Roeber and Patty Sukup, got a first-hand look at how the court operates.

Upon arrival at O'Neill High School, students went through a security check, conducted by the Nebraska State Patrol. Judge Kale Burdick explained what students would witness.

After introduction of the justices, the court listened to two arguments, with lawyers having 10 minutesto argue a brief submitted to the justices.

Once the court closed, students were abl...



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