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Judicial Interpretation of the Constitution The Constitution is not clear about the power of the Supreme Court
Judicial Interpretation of the Constitution The strength and path of the court were found with Chief Justice John Marshall 4 th Chief Justice 1801 – 1835
Judicial Interpretation of the Constitution During this time, there were three major decisions: Marbury v Madison Gibbons v Ogden McCulloch v Maryland
Marbury v Madison President John Adams, a Federalist, appoints 82 Federalist justices. (Last day in office!!)
Marbury v Madison “Midnight Judges" Threat to incoming President Jefferson (a Democrat-Republican)
Judicial Review Jefferson ordered his Secretary of State, James Madison, not to allow William Marbury to take his position. Marbury was particularly unpopular
Judicial Review Marbury appealed directly to the Supreme Court.
Judicial Review John Marshall: FTW. Judiciary Act of 1801 (passed by Congress) infringed on the Court unconstitutionally! Marbury: No “standing” to S.C.
Judicial Review PWNED Marbury
Judicial Review The Court was able to rule a law unconstitutional and thus created the important precedent of judicial review. S.C. gets final say!!!
Jefferson Takes Office
The Most Significant and Controversial Supreme Court Case in History!
Thomas Jefferson’s Presidency
Chapter Thomas Jefferson takes office as 3rd POTUS Marbury vs
Who were the “midnight judges?”. Judiciary Act of 1801 Increased the number of federal judges with life terms. “midnight judges” Adams appoints the federal.
A Democratic- Republican takes office What changes does Jefferson make when he takes office? How does Marbury v. Madison change the supreme court?
Chapter 8.3 The United States Supreme Court. The Supreme Court Justices The main job of the nation’s top court is to decide whether laws are allowable.
Marbury V. Madison The Principle of Judicial Review.
SUPREME COURT CASES. THE CASE William Marbury, one of Adam’s “midnight appointments” was denied his job as a judge.
Marbury v. Madison—the courts established the power of judicial review by limiting their own power. John Adams, T. Jefferson, James Madison, William.
Marbury v. Madison.
DO NOW: “We are under a Constitution. But the Constitution is only what the Supreme Court says it is. It is these judges that safeguard our liberty, protect.
Chapter 8 Section 3 The United States Supreme Court.
A New Party in Power Review of Lesson 10.1 Questions.
MARBURY V. MADISON. Federalists controlled the Judicial Branch Adam’s created and filled 16 new judge positions at midnight on his last day in office.
The History of the Supreme Court HUSH Unit Three.
Thomas Jefferson Election of 1800 In a presidential election you are really voting for electors who meet in what is known as the electoral college.
Do Now Appoint: to assign a job or role to someone Commission papers: an order to authorize something Writ of mandamus: an order from a court that some.
Judicial Interpretation of the Constitution The strength and path of the court were found with Chief Justice John Marshall 4 th Chief Justice 1801 – 1835.
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