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Our friends at OYEZ.org have now made it ridiculously easy to download MP3s of classic U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments for free under a Creative Commons license.
Here’s a list of the first wave of Supreme Court recordings that OYEZ has embedded with license information.
Download (warning: big) a few here if you like, then browse OYEZ for a few dozen more:
(1) Roe v. Wade;
(2) the Pentagon Papers case;
(3) Miranda v. Arizona;
(4) the Sam Sheppard (a.k.a., “the Fugitive”) murder appeal;
(5) the justly titled Loving v. Virginia (in which the Court overturned a Virginia law banning inter-racial marriage).
OYEZ also has the audio from the recent affirmative action cases Gratz and Grutter.
Not jogging music, exactly — but many of them do get the blood going. Hats off to OYEZ for this ongoing public service.Posted 15 July 2003