CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Supreme Court has rescheduled oral arguments and a moot court competition that were canceled because of a winter storm.
The court had planned to hear four cases at the West Virginia University School of Law in Morgantown and judge the school's annual George C. Baker Cup competition on March 4. The events were canceled after a winter storm made road travel hazardous.
The court says it will hear two of the cases on March 25 and two on March 26 in Charleston instead of Morgantown.
The moot court competition also will be held in Charleston. It's set for March 26.