EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - The Indiana Supreme Court made its first stop at The University of Southern Indiana (USI) earlier Monday.
They were hearing arguments about a case, live, to show people how it all works.
"We have two plus million people that go to court," explained Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush. "So, we want them to trust the court to see the time the effort that we care about these issues because a lot of people are going to find themselves in a courtroom for one reason or another."
The justices say their favorite part about taking cases on the road is the interest so many people show. The ruling on the case will be out in the next couple of weeks.