The Sweet Trials

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A supreme couryt case is going to change the way our government acts. Nine justices on the supreme court – always a swing vote. The supreme court does not take every case it gets – to chooses its cases. They look for cases that will change the way for the way this country will work.

Marbury v. Madison = a case of judicial review. What that means is that the Supreme Court will take a case on appeal and they will make a two part decision. (1) what the lawsuit was about (2) what was the law itself (what law did the case rest upon).
A case of judicial review – the first case of judicial review. It will result in the supreme court gaining a lot of power. Begins on the night befgore Jefferson takes office as president – so adams is still president -= he gives up the office the next day at noon before Jefferson is sworn in. (adams was a federalist – Jefferson was republican) – the polictican strength is now in the hands of the republicans. He will make an attempt to make the judiciary form of the government and make it very federalist. He comes up with the Midnight Appointment. He signs federal individuals a judgeship or a justice of the peace – he is packing the court with his own people.
It is powerful so if you can fill it with people who think like you you can influence it. His secretary of state, John Marshall – in those days it was his job to make sure that everyone got tier appointments delivered while the president is still president. In those days it was his office that did this. The problem was that John Marshall could not phys8ically appo9int all those appointments out. So if you were supposed to get a justice of the peace appointment but you never got it – when Jefferson is sworn in the next day he is angry about the midnight appointments – a dirty thing Adams did – but it was legal so Jefferson’s secretary of state is Madison (from…...

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