Beginning in May 2011, audio from Fourth Circuit oral arguments is being made available free of charge on the Court’s website two days following argument. . You can also register to receive the argument calendar and audio links via either RSS or email.

Because oral argument are now easily accessible to the public, attorneys must remember not to discuss sensitive personal information in their oral argument (juvenile names, dates of birth, social security numbers, financial account numbers, home addresses in criminal cases) or sealed criminal information (presentence reports, statement of reasons for judgment, juror names, victim statements, sealed plea agreements, or sealed motions for downward departure for substantial assistance).