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Unformatted text preview: Name: Amberly Brooks Date: 10/26/20 School: Curry Facilitator: 4.05 Marshall's Court Total Points: 50 Part 1: Chart Complete the chart below. Court Case Ruling Impact It established the principle of judicial rule Marbury v. Madison disagreement between the two due to the Judiciary Act of 1789 McCulloch v. Maryland Gibbons v. Ogden Cherokee Nation v. Georgia Worcester v. Georgia Congress had authority to create a national bank They further established the sovereignty of the national government over the states states can not rule trade on interstate waterways Gives the federal government authority to many interstate commerce Cherokees had no legal standing in U.S. courts Georgia removed Cherokees from there land Georgia had no authority over the Cherokees The trail of tears is caused. Part 2: Reflection Which case do you think had the biggest impact on the power of the court and why? Explain your answer in two to three complete sentences. Write your response below: Marbury v. Madison had the biggest impact on the power of court. I created the principle of Judaical rule. This means that the federal courts can look over any state laws and determine if they are constitutional or not. © ACCESS Virtual Learning 2020 ...
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