Robert R. Gibbons's Case Of A Federal Bank Of The United States

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The United States Congress established a federal Bank of the United States through a legislative act. The federal Bank had created a branch for operation in the state of Maryland. According to Maryland laws, any bank within Maryland without a state charter will be imposed a tax by the Maryland state government, and the branch of the Bank of the United States is one of the non-chartered banks. McCullough, a cashier for the Second Bank of the United States, was operating in Maryland and issued banknotes without paying the tax. The State of Maryland sued McCullough for not paying the tax in an argument that the Bank was unconstitutional due to the lack of specification of the power to create a bank in the Constitution . In Maryland, judgement …show more content…
Livingston and Robert Fulton a monopoly on the navigation of New York water. Ogden was given a license from Livingston to travel New York water. Gibbons, however, was making a living by carrying passengers from New Jersey to New York, therefore crossing New York water, and did not have a license from Livingston and/or Fulton, but had a federal license to transverse New York water. Ogden filed against Gibbon for traveling on New York water without a New York license, and Gibbons appealed his case of the federal license being above the New York law to the Supreme Court. The case discusses Article I, Section 8, the Commerce …show more content…
Several officers went to Mapp’s house and asked for permission to enter. Mapp denied permission without a warrant. One officer stayed while to others left. The other officers came back with a piece of paper claiming it was a “warrant”. Mapp took the “warrant” and officers struggled to regain the “warrant”. The officers handcuffed Mapp for being “belligerent” when the officers were rescuing the “warrant”. The officers did a widespread search and nothing was found to have a connection to the bombing or illegal betting equipment. However, pornagraphic material was found in the search and Mapp was convicted with the pornagraphic material as evidence. However, no warrant was produced during Mapp’s trial and the absence of the warrant wasn’t explained as well. This leads to the question that was Mapp’s rights violated because her house was searched for evidence without a proper

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