The Supreme Court Is A Powerful Justice System Essay

1460 Words Nov 29th, 2016 6 Pages
Supreme Court is a powerful justice system, whenever someone has to come there to be judged for some reason, it reveals that everything happens at this time is not normal like those civil court cases in “Judge Judy”, “Guilty or Not Guilty”, “Judge Joe Brown” or Judge Rinder. As you can see, how hard that the judge has to identify all information as well as evidence then leads to the final decision; Supreme Court is the one reflects the higher level of court, more complicated and serious than that entertainment you watch on TV. According to US history, there is a thousand cases happened which attracted millions people to pay attention to and may not miss every single minute of it, such as Dred Scott v. Sandford 1857 (Denied citizenship to African American slaves), Gideon v. Wainwright- 1963(Criminal defendants have a right to an attorney even if they cannot afford one) or recently is Obergefell v. Hodges-2015 (Same-sex marriage is legalized in all 50 states), etc. Personally, I think the case “McCulloch v. Maryland” 1819 with 7-0 decision-totally win led to the establishment of the federal government 's implied powers over the states. In some way, there is still a ravenous question “Does Congress have the authority to establish a Bank of the United States under the Constitution made any benefit to us?” First of all, this is a conflict between James William McCulloch, head of the Baltimore Branch of the Second Bank of the United States and the State of Maryland. In the…

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