Aim: How did Chief Justice John Marshall expand

Aim: How did Chief Justice John Marshall expand

Aim: How did Chief Justice John Marshall expand the power of the federal government? Do Now: a) What is the main job of the Judicial Branch? b) What is the major power they have? Homework: a) Review Sheet due: Thursday, November 7 th b) MP #2 Exam #1 Thursday and Friday Jigsaw Activity Each group will consist of four students and each

student will read about one Supreme Court Case. Each member will read their case and complete the appropriate section of the chart. Once each member is finished, they will discuss their findings with the other group members and they will complete their charts. I. Marshall Court Marbury vs. Madison - 1803 President Jefferson orders Madison not to deliver official letters to any Adams appointed Midnight Judges (Federalist judges appointed by John Adams in the final hours of his presidency).

Court ruled that they could not force the President to make an appointment ruled the Judiciary Act of 1789 unconstitutional. This decision firmly established the principle of Judicial Review, by which the Supreme Court has the power to review Congressional laws and the power to reject them if unconstitutional. Dartmouth College vs. Woodward - 1819

New Hampshire state legislature amended (changed) the Colleges charter, making it a state university Ruled that the contract Dartmouth College made with the English King stood firm and was protected by the Constitution making it a private not a state run college. The College charter was a contract protected by the Constitution and the state of New Hampshire was bound to respect the original charter.

Gave more power to the federal government. McCulloch vs. Maryland - 1819 Whether the state of Maryland had the right to tax a federal agency which was properly set up by the United States Congress. The national bank was immune to state taxation. Strengthened the power of the National

government over the Sate government exercising its power in the Elastic Clause. Gave more power to the federal government. Gibbons vs. Ogden - 1824 Whether the New York statue that prohibited vessels licensed by the United States from navigating the waters of New York was

unconstitutional Rules that Congress can legislate and regulate all matters of interstate commerce and a state can only regulate commerce within its own borders (intrastate) Gave more power to the federal government. Exit Slip: Evaluate Marshalls legacy. In what ways, if any, do you think Marshalls decisions have influenced history? Are they relevant today? Explain your opinions.

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