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Supreme Court Justices to Visit Five High Schools and Two Colleges in Waterloo
Moines, October 8, 2012 —On
Friday, October 12, members of the Iowa Supreme Court will visit seven Waterloo
area high schools and colleges to talk with students about the role of the
courts. In the Waterloo-Cedar Falls area, the justices will visit the
University of Northern Iowa and Waterloo West, Waterloo East, Columbus, and
Cedar Falls High Schools. Justices will also visit Wartburg College in Waverly
and Independence High School in Independence.
addition to the school visits, the court will hold a special session in
Waterloo on Thursday evening, October 11. The court will hear oral arguments in
two cases at Waterloo West High School Kersenbrock
Auditorium, 425 East Ridgeway Avenue. The session begins at 7 p.m. As always,
oral arguments are open to the public. A public reception with the justices,
sponsored by the Black Hawk County Bar Association, will follow the oral
school visit schedule Friday, October 12, 2012
Bruce Zager will visit Waterloo West High School at 8:30
Edward Mansfield will visit Waterloo East High School at 8:30
David Wiggins will visit Waterloo Columbus High School at 9:00 a.m.
Justice Mark Cady will visit Wartburg (Waverly) at 9:30 a.m.
Daryl Hecht will visit Cedar Falls High School at 9:45
Brent Appel will visit the University of Northern
Iowa at 10:00
Thomas Waterman will visit Independence High School at 10:45
October 11, at 7:00 p.m.
West High School Kersenbrock Auditorium
East Ridgeway Avenue.
Iowa Supreme Court will hear arguments in two cases:
Sallee v. Stewart
context: Under Iowa's Recreational Use Statute and the facts of this case, can
private land owners be held liable for injuries to an adult chaperone suffered
during an organized kindergarten class field trip to the landowners' working
lawyer for Sallee is D. Raymond Walton, Waterloo. The
lawyer for Stewart is Karla J. Shea, Waterloo.
of Iowa v. Tyler
context: Defendant's conviction for OWI second resulted from a traffic stop
based on alleged visually obstructed license plates. Under the facts of this
case, did the police officer have reasonable suspicion or probable cause justifying
the traffic stop?
lawyer for the State of Iowa is Bridget A. Chambers, Assistant Attorney
General. The lawyer for Tyler is Gary Dickey, Des Moines.
will be a public reception sponsored by the Back Hawk County Bar Association
immediately following the court proceeding in the Waterloo West High School Kersenbrock Auditorium lobby.
briefs for the two cases and a "Guide to Oral Arguments" are posted
on the Iowa Judicial Branch website at:
media are invited to attend the oral arguments. Court rules apply regarding the
use of still cameras, video cameras and audio recording devices during the oral
arguments. You can find information on expanded media coverage on the Judicial
Branch Website at http://www.iowacourts.gov/News_Service/Expanded_Media_Coverage/.
Iowa Court Rules regarding expanded media coverage are on the Iowa Legislature
website at http://www.legis.state.ia.us/DOCS/ACO/CR/LINC/08-15-2012.chapter.25.pdf
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