Article 3

Article III of the US Constitution

The creation of the United States Supreme Court came about in Article III on "The Judicial Branch" of the Constitution. The essential concept of a United States Supreme Court is
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Constitution At A Glance

The first three Articles of the United States Constitution set up the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches of Government that comprise the structure of the United States governing body. Article
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Judicial Review Overview

Judicial review acquires its roots from all the way back to that of the presidential election of 1800. It represents the Supreme Court’s authority to review cases and decide on
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Article 3

The first three Articles of the United States Constitution set up the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches of Government that comprise the structure of the United States governing body. Article
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What Comes To Mind When You Hear

When we think of treason, what comes to mind is that of betrayal or a breach in the pursuits of
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Marbury vs. Madison

In 1803, Marbury v. Madison became an important case to the United States.  When Adams wanted Marbury to become the
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Know the Scope of Federal Judicial Power

With all of the acts and laws in the Constitution, it can be mind-boggling for one to know what to
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Understanding Constitutional Review

Following the landmark case of Marbury v. Madison, judicial review became an intricate and significant part of the Federal judiciary
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Understanding Debate of Judicial Review

Upon institution of judicial review and democracy, the Supreme Court had created a precedence by which future cases were to
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Federal Judiciary Act of 1789

Though Article 3 of the Constitution made headway about establishing the judicial branch of the Government, it was still vague on how much power the Supreme Court would have over
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