West Virginia Supreme Court’s fall term beginning

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Supreme Court will hear six cases as it begins its fall term.

The term starts Wednesday in the Supreme Court Chamber in the Capitol’s East Wing.

Chief Justice Beth Walker said in a news release that the court will also travel to two cities this term to hear arguments. The Supreme Court will hear arguments in three cases on Sept. 11 at Marshall University in Huntington and in three cases on Oct. 29 at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College in Logan.

The court’s terms begin on the first Wednesday in September and the second Tuesday in January.

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