Judiciary Act

The term Judiciary Act may refer to any of several statutes relating to the organization of national court systems:

  • United States
    • Judiciary Act of 1789, established the federal judiciary.
    • Judiciary Act of 1801, also called the Midnight Judges Act.
    • Judiciary Act of 1802, repealed the 1801 Act.
    • Judiciary Act of 1866 may refer to two different laws.
      • Ch. 210, 14 Stat. 209 (July 23, 1866), more commonly called the Judicial Circuits Act
      • Ch. 288, 14 Stat. 306 (July 27, 1866), removed certain cases from state courts to the federal courts.
    • Judiciary Act of 1867, 14 Stat. 385 (Feb. 5, 1867), amended sec. 25 of the Act of 1789 regarding Supreme Court review of state court rulings
    • Judiciary Act of 1869, also called the Circuit Judges Act of 1869
    • Judiciary Act of 1891, also called the Evarts Act or the Circuit Courts of Appeals Act.
    • Judiciary Act of 1925, also called the Certiorari Act or the Judges' Bill.


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Judicial Review In The United States - Marbury V. Madison
... The Judiciary Act of 1789 gave the Supreme Court original jurisdiction in cases involving writs of mandamus ... So, under the Judiciary Act, the Supreme Court would have had jurisdiction to hear Marbury's case ... The Judiciary Act therefore attempted to give the Supreme Court jurisdiction that was not "warranted by the Constitution." Marshall's opinion stated that in the Constitution, the people established a ...
Novanglus - Presidency: 1797–1801 - Judicial Appointments - Other Judicial Appointments
... The lame-duck session of Congress enacted the Judiciary Act of 1801, which created a set of federal appeals courts between the district courts and the Supreme Court ... the federal judicial system inherent in the Judiciary Act of 1789, and, second, to enable the defeated Federalists to staff the new judicial offices ... lost their posts when the Jeffersonian Republicans enacted the Judiciary Act of 1802, abolishing the courts created by the Judiciary Act of 1801 and returning the structure of the federal courts to its ...
List Of Judges Of The United States District Court For The Districts Of Virginia - Virginia
... the original 13 courts established by the Judiciary Act of 1789, 1 Stat ... On February 13, 1801, the Judiciary Act of 1801, 2 Stat ... Just over a year later, on March 8, 1802, the Judiciary Act of 1801 was repealed and Virginia became a single District again, 2 Stat ...
Stuart V. Laird
... after the judge's job had been abolished by the repeal of the Judiciary Act of 1801 ... that renders a judgment can enforce it and (b) the 1802 repeal of 1801's Judiciary Act was unconstitutional ... The case involved the Judiciary Act of 1801, which created a number of federal judgeships—the so-called "midnight judges" as the Act was passed by the lame-duc ...

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