International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump
CASE CALENDARED for oral argument. Date: 05/08/2017. Registration Time: 12:15 - 12:30. Daily Arguments Begin: 1:00. Oral argument acknowledgment form due within 5 days. (BY ORDER ENTERED 4/13/2017, ARGUMENT START TIME CHANGED TO 2:30 P.M. ON MAY 8, 2017) [17-1351]--[Edited 05/07/2017 by PSC] (JLC)
Filed: March 24, 2017
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT
ORAL ARGUMENT NOTIFICATION
Please take notice that this case has been scheduled for oral argument. The
time for notifying the Court of any conflict or filing any motion that would
affect the scheduling of argument has expired. Therefore, the case will not be
rescheduled absent a showing of good cause for the requested relief and that
the relief could not have been requested within the notice period.
U. S. Courthouse, Room 222 (Attorney Registration)
1000 East Main Street (Enter from Main Street or Bank Street - use Main
Street for handicapped access)
Richmond, Virginia 23219
Register between 12:15 - 12:30
Daily arguments begin: 1:00 (any change in the order of cases is announced in
the courtroom 10 minutes before court starts)
Intl Refugee Assistance v. Donald J. Trump
Any attorney arguing, as well as any attorney appearing on behalf of a
ACKNOWLEDGMENT separately represented co-defendant in a consolidated criminal case, must file
FORM TO BE FILED the ORAL ARGUMENT ACKNOWLEDGMENT FORM within 5 days of
service of this notification (click on this link to access form).
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◦ On oral argument days, attorneys and their staff may bring electronic devices
(other than devices that serve only as cameras or recorders) into the
Courthouse or Annex. Electronic devices must be turned off upon entering a
courtroom or chambers but may be turned on and placed in silent mode during
oral argument of counsel's case to enable counsel to refer to documents
previously downloaded to the device. Wireless access is available in the
library (see librarian for password) but not in the courtrooms.
◦ Potential weapons, food & beverages are prohibited; luggage should not be
brought to the courthouse.
◦ For hearing assistance or other accommodation, contact the chief deputy
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CRIMINAL & CJA
In criminal cases, an attorney must appear on behalf of each defendant
separately represented unless the defendant signs a waiver of counsel's
appearance and co-defendant's counsel certifies in advance of argument that
he or she is prepared to argue on behalf of the defendant whose attorney is not
present. CJA attorneys traveling by plane or train must call 804-916-2700 and
request a CJA Travel Authorization to obtain government travel rates.
Each side is normally allowed 20 minutes; if more than one attorney is
arguing per side, they must agree on how the time is to be divided. In social
security, black lung, and labor cases in which the issue is whether the agency's
decision is supported by substantial evidence, and in criminal cases in which
the issue is application of the sentencing guidelines, each side is limited to 15
minutes. In en banc cases, each side receives 30 minutes. Appellants & crossappellants may reserve up to 1/3 of the time for rebuttal.
IDENTITY OF PANEL The identity of the panel hearing a case is not disclosed until the morning of
& ORDER OF CASES argument. The order of cases is subject to change until the morning of
argument and is announced in the courtroom. Counsel should arrive at the
courtroom 10 minutes early to hear any announcements.
Oral argument audio files are posted on the court's Internet site,
AUDIO FILES ON
www.ca4.uscourts.gov, by the next business day. Therefore, sealed
information should not be discussed during oral argument. Any motion to seal
the courtroom for oral argument must be filed at least 5 days prior to
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