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  • Grants The Federal Courts Jurisdiction Over Cases
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    The United States court system has seen a trend of increased involvement of the federal courts in criminal matters, which used to fall within the exclusive domain of the state courts. Most criminal cases violate only state law, and therefore are tried only in the state courts. Henry Glick would agree that counterfeiting, treason, and illegal immigration are some of the unique cases, which can only be tried by the federal courts. The boundary, by which federal courts and state courts diverge with...
  • Gibbons Vs Ogden And Other Cases
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    In America's time there have been many great men who have spent their lives creating this great country. Men such as George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson fit these roles. They are deemed America's "founding fathers" and laid the support for the most powerful country in history. However, one more man deserves his name to be etched into this list. His name was John Marshall, who decided case after case during his role as Chief Justice that has left an everlasting mark on today's jud...
  • Case Of Gibbons Vs Ogden
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    After a four year hiatus in the Supreme Court docket, the court finally rule in 1824, the case of Gibbons vs. Ogden, which eventually proclaimed the federally supremacy clause and the commerce clause, but it's impact of American commerce can still be felt today. The loose interpretation of the Constitution by Chief Justice Marshall had greatly infuriated and scared the Southerners because if the government could regulate interstate commerce, then it could one day regulate slavery; it's technical...
  • Only Evidence Against Gambino And Lima
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    Gambino vs. United States Argued Oct 12 and 13th 1927 Decided Dec. 12 1927 SUMMARY On August 1, 1924 Gambino and Lima were both arrested by two New York state troopers. They were driving near the Canadian border when their car was searched with out a warrant and intoxicating liquor was found and was taken. The liquor and other property taken was immediately turned over to a Federal deputy collector of customs for prosecution in the Federal court for Northern New York. Both Gambino and Lima were ...
  • Federal Government Through The Sherman Act
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    To the people of the United States, a nation who's governmental policies, it is generally assumed favour competition, the great merger movement came as an incredible shock. With the dangers of monopolies staring them in the face, Americans watched the merger movement unfold, bringing with it a change from what was once a nation of freely competing individually owned enterprises into a nation dominated by a small number of giant corporations. Public response to the consolidations inevitable risin...

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