|Case of the Month|
George Jensen Aakjer, III, et al, Petitioners, v. City of Myrtle Beach and City of Myrtle Beach Municipal Court, Respondents.
Petitioners filed a petition for original jurisdiction and complaint with the South Carolina Supreme Court seeking a declaratory judgment that certain ordinances enacted by the City of Myrtle Beach in an effort to address motorcycle related issues are invalid, void and in violation of South Carolina law, and a writ of prohibition prohibiting the City, either by way of an administrative hearing tribunal or the municipal court, from adjudicating any matters related to alleged violations of the ordinances or from transferring jurisdiction over the alleged offenses to the municipal court. The petition for original jurisdiction was granted and the matter was consolidated, for purposes of oral argument, with the case of BOOST a/k/a Business Owners Organized to Save Tourism and Bart Viers. Petitioners have now filed a brief in which they challenge only the helmet ordinance and its enforcement. Oral argument on the issues is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, February 3, 2010.1
|The oral arguments are presented in Windows Media Player format. You must have the Windows Media Player installed on your computer in order to view the streaming video. Click on the Windows Media Player icon to access information, system requirements and to download the player.|
View Oral Arguments -Part 1**
(44:30 minutes playing time)
View Oral Arguments -Part 2**
(36:52 minutes playing time)
** Note: If you have problems viewing the video when using Internet Explorer, right click on the link and select "Open in New Window".