Oklahoma Solicitor General Mithun Mansinghani was planning to bring his parents to Washington on April 21 to see him argue before the U.S. Supreme Court.

But that was before his case McGirt v. Oklahoma, among others, was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, Mansinghani’s parents will listen from home in Texas while he argues in the case May 11 from his office in Oklahoma City. The high court on April 13 reinstated 10 oral arguments, including Mansinghani’s, to the docket to be heard telephonically and made public.

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