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There are class notes, numerous Supreme Court case summaries and information on how to write a research paper inside. Historic Supreme Court Cases Cases with an asteriks next to them are cases involving educational law and the schools.
See citation for source information. These "midnight judges" as they were called represented a threat to incoming President Thomas Jerreson, a Democrat-Republican.
Jefferson feared Federalist interpretation of the law for the next 20 years, a fear that ended up coming to fruition. Among these midnight judges was one William Marbury.
Jefferson ordered his Secretary of State, John Madison, not to deliver the official documents granting Marbury his position. Based upon the Judiciary Act of Marbury appealed directly to the Supreme Court asking for a "writ of mandamus" or an order to act. Chief Justice John Mashall recognized he would be correct in ordering Madison to deliver the papers but feared weakening the image of the Court if President Jefferson refused to comply.
Instead Marshall ruled that the Judiciary Act ofwhich Marbury had used to submit his claim directly to the Court wa s unconstitional, and it was.
In this way the Court was able to rule a law unconstitutional and thus created the important precedent of judicial review. Carr Allowed federal courts to hear challenges to demarcation of voting districts and to require them to have more nearly equal populations. The case began in Tennessee, which had not redrawn state legislative districts for about 60 years, even as millions moved out of rural districts and into cities.
The decision broke the rural lock on political power and gave urban voters more nearly equivalent representation. Contract Law Fletcher vs. Peck A new state administration had passed a law voiding a land grant made by the previous administration. When the landowners sued, Marshall ruled that the contract had to stand.
Thus the contract law was created making written contracts legal and binding. Woodward Expanded the principle of the Fletcher decision to include contracts between corporations and states.
Previously it had been believed that states could disregard contracts held with private enterprise. As more business corporations were established around the country, this ruling became very important.
Gibbons recieved a Federal license and claimed that his license superceded that of Ogden. The court ruled that Gibbon's federal license took precedence over that of Ogden because the federal government was given the power to reglate interstate trade. McCulloch v Maryland Angered by the existence of the new Federal bank, the state of Maryland decided to tax the bank.
McCulloch, a cashier for the bank refused to pay the tax claiming that a state had no power or right to tax the federal government. The Supreme Court affirmed McCulloch's position.
This precedent established the superiority of the federal government. Illinois In the case Munn v. Illinois Midwestern farmers felt that they were being victimized by the exorbitant freight rates they were forced to pay to the powerful railroad companies. As a result, the state of Illinois passed a law that allowed the state to fix maximum rates that railroads and grain elevator companies could charge.
The Supreme Court of the United States upheldthe Illinois law because the movement end storage of grain were considered to be closely related to public interest.
This type of economic activity could be governed by state legislatures, whereas purely private contracts could only be governed by the courts.
The Court held that laws affecting public interest could be made or charged by state legislatures without interference from the courts. The Court said, "For protection against abuse by legislatures, the people must resort to the polls, not the courts.
Illinois An Illinois statute imposed a penalty on railroads that charged the same or more money for passengers or freight shipped for shorter distances than for longer distances. The intent of the statute was to avoid discrimination against small towns not served by competing railroad lines and was applied to the intrastate within one state portion of an interstate two or more states journey.
At issue was whether a state government has the power to regulate railroad prices on that portion of an interstate journey that lies within its borders. The Supreme Court of the United States held the Illinois statute to be invalid and that the power to regulate interstate railroad rates is a federal power which belongs exclusively to Congress and, therefore, cannot be exercised by individual states.
The Court said the right of continuous transportation from one end of the country to the other is essential and that states should not be permitted to impose restraints on the freedom of commerce. In this decision, the Court gave great strength to the commerce clause of the Constitution by saying that states cannot impose regulations concerning price, compensation, taxation, or any other restrictive regulation interfering with or seriously affecting interstate commerce.
This commission had the power to regulate interstate commerce. The Espionage Act made it illegal to defame the government or do anything that might retard the war effort. Schenck, a member of the Socialist Party, opposed the war and printed and distributed pamphlets urging citizens to oppose the draft which he likened to slavery.
Schenck claimed his first amendment rights were violated. The court ruled against Schenck saying that the Espionage Act did not violate the first amendment and that in times of war the government may place reasonable limitations on freedom of speech.51% of employees are actively looking for a new job or watching for new job openings.
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