Supreme Court goes on the road to Traverse City Central High School

On Wednesday, Oct. 16, the Michigan Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Maniaci v Diroff, Supreme Court Case No. 158005, at Traverse City Central High School as part of its “Court Community Connections” program.

While the court normally hears oral argument at the Michigan Hall of Justice in Lansing, justices and staff travel to various communities as part of “Court Community Connections,” which the Supreme Court started as a public education program aimed principally at high school students.  The Oct. 16 event is celebrated as being the court’s 25th such program.

Participating schools on Oct. 16 include: Traverse City Central High School, Traverse City West Senior High School, and St. Francis High School.  A debriefing session with attorneys will follow oral argument.