When the Supreme Court of Missouri or the Missouri Court of Appeals considers cases, it lists them on a “docket” for a particular day. Many cases receive “oral argument,” in which the judges ask questions and the parties have limited time to persuade the court about issues of fact or law. After argument, a case is “submitted” to the court. If it is not argued, it is “submitted on briefs,” in which parties present their arguments in writing.
Supreme Court of Missouri arguments
The Supreme Court of Missouri reserves certain dates to hear oral arguments. Cases to be considered are listed on a monthly "docket" below. Also provided are daily listings of cases scheduled for argument along with PDFs of briefs filed in the Court (posted as they become available) and summaries of those briefs (generally posted within a week before arguments).
Listen to arguments:LIVE Audio Streaming
This link works only during oral arguments.
If you experience difficulty accessing the arguments, please call the Help Desk at (888) 541-4894.
Archives of each day's audio files since September 2007 are posted to that day's "cases scheduled" pages.