Supreme Court judges will hear three redistricting cases Jan. 12 — one involving a challenge to a state map, the other two involving challenges to the congressional redistricting plan.

The Supreme Court has scheduled three dockets of cases for oral argument to begin at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 12. The cases on redistricting are as follows:

* SC92237, State ex rel. Molly Teichman v. Robin Carnahan, et al., a proceeding challenging the state senate reapportionment plans. See the Missourinet story with Attorney David Brown.

* SC92200, Kenneth Pearson, et al. v. Chris Koster, et al., an appeal from Cole County involving a constitutional challenge to the congressional redistricting plan adopted in House Bill No. 193. See the Missourinet story with Attorney Gerry Greiman.

AUDIO: Jessica Machetta interviews Attorney Gerry Greiman about his lawsuit going before the Supreme Court Jan. 12.

* SC92203, Stan McClatchey, et al. v. Robin Carnahan, in her official capacity as Missouri Secretary of State, an appeal from Cole County also involving a constitutional challenge to the congressional redistricting plan adopted in HB 193.

The briefs filed in these cases are online at http://www.courts.mo.gov/SUP/index.nsf/fe8feff4659e0b7b8625699f0079eddf/459424c7bca18b6e8625794b00514f74?OpenDocument.