- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 7, 2015

HONOLULU (AP) - University of Hawaii law school students will get to watch the state Supreme Court hear oral arguments in a criminal case.

The state Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case Thursday at the William S. Richardson School of Law.

The case involves a woman convicted of theft and money laundering. She says she didn’t get a fair trial and wants a new one.

If there’s time, the justices will answer questions from law students after the hearing.

Sitting at the law school is part of the court’s ongoing effort to allow the public to hear cases. Justices have been hearing cases at high schools across the state and sit regularly at the law school.

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