OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- It's back to the road for the Mississippi Court of Appeals.
A three-judge panel will hear arguments in two cases on April 23 at the University of Mississippi.
The Appeals Court periodically schedules oral arguments on college campuses -- and occasionally at other locations -- as a teaching tool for students. It is known as the "Court on the Road'' program.
A panel of three Appeals Court judges will answer questions from Ole Miss students after the oral arguments, but will not talk about the cases which were argued.
The appeals are among dozens the Appeals Court will consider during its March-April term. Decisions are expected later this year.
Ole Miss Law School students participating in the Criminal Appeals Clinic will represent the defendants in the two cases.