Impeachment. President Thomas Jefferson, alarmed at the seizure of power
by the judiciary through the claim of exclusive ...
People & Events Samuel Chase Samuel Chase When Republicans under
Thomas Jefferson led an impeachment attack against Samuel Chase, an
Justice Samuel Chase was the most controversial judge in the Sedition Act trials
... His impeachment in 1804 marked the high point in partisan conflicts over the ...
IMPEACHMENT TRIAL OF SAMUEL CHASE. On 2 May 1803, U.S. Supreme
Court Justice Samuel Chase delivered a charge to a Baltimore grand jury in
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By far, the most celebrated impeachment trial involving a federal jurist was the
trial of Samuel Chase in 1805. Between 1796 and 1801, in the course of the ...
Impeachment Clauses. Document 16. Luther Martin, Impeachment Trial of Justice
Samuel Chase, Senate. 23 Feb. 1804 Annals 14:429--32, 436. We have been ...
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PERLIN_VOL62N3.DOCX. 7/10/10 2:29 AM. 725. THE IMPEACHMENT OF
SAMUEL CHASE: REDEFINING. JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE. Adam A. Perlin*.
John Pickering, a judge of the District of New Hampshire, and Samuel Chase, a
Supreme Court justice, were impeached when President Thomas Jefferson led ...