The U.S. Supreme Court, following steps taken by many federal and state courts in response to the coronavirus pandemic and the closure of courthouses, announced on Monday it will hear arguments by teleconference in select cases next month.

The justices will schedule six days of arguments—May 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13—with the justices and advocates participating remotely. The court also will provide a live audio feed of those arguments to the news media, according to the court’s public information office.

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