The Supreme Court today announced that all justices and counsel will participate remotely in the oral arguments tomorrow on its six-case April calendar. The change is “due to technical issues in the court’s San Francisco courtroom arising out of a recent weather-related power outage.”
Chief Justice Patricia Guerrero was already likely to be a remote participant because she tested positive for COVID last week.
As usual, the arguments are being live streamed.
[April 4 update: Here’s the beginning of remote arguments this morning: