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Virginia Congressman John Randolph of Roanoke took up the challenge and took charge of the impeachment. The House of Representatives served Chase with eight articles of impeachment in late 1804, one of which involved Chase's handling of the trial of John Fries. Two more focused on ...

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The second impeachment trial, in 1804, removed a federal judge for reasons of drunkenness and insanity. More than the first two proceedings, however, this third trial challenged the Senate to explore the meaning of impeachable crimes. Samuel Chase had served on the Supreme Court since 1796. A staunch Federalist ...

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Remembered largely as the only Supreme Court justice to ever have faced impeachment proceedings, Samuel Chase served as an associate justice from 1796 to 1811. Chase was born in 1741 in Maryland as the only child of Reverend Thomas Chase and his wife, Matilda Walker. He was educated at home and left at age ...

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Samuel Chase served as a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1796 to 1811. In 1804 the U.S. House of Representatives voted to impeach Chase. However, the Senate did not uphold the House's action and Chase continued to serve on the Court until his death. Chase remains the only justice who has been the subject ...

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Originally an anti-Federalist opposed to the ratification of the U.S. Constitution on grounds that it deprived the states of their independence and sovereignty, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase changed his tune about the propriety of a strong central government once he saw the ANARCHY and madness wrought by the ...

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Definition of Impeachment Trial of Samuel Chase – Our online dictionary has Impeachment Trial of Samuel Chase information from Dictionary of American History dictionary. Encyclopedia.com: English, psychology and medical dictionaries.

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R. W. Carrington, "The Impeachment Trial of Justice Chase" (Virginia Law Review, 1923)(Jstor) · Jeffrey Berman, The Trial of Samuel Chase (SSRN) · Image of Senate Vote Tally. Additional Reading : Chase, Samuel. Trial of Samuel Chase (S. H. Smith, 1805)(reprints available). Elsmere, Jane S. Justice Samuel Chase ...

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The Impeachment Trial of Samuel Chase by Charles D. Harris. The career of Samuel Chase, the only United States Supreme. Court Justice to stand trial on impeachment charges initiated by Congress, was eventful and colorful. Chase's behavior was both improper and unjudicial on many occasions and added fuel.

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Impeachment Clauses. Document 16. Luther Martin, Impeachment Trial of Justice Samuel Chase, Senate. 23 Feb. 1804 Annals 14:429--32, 436. We have been told by an honorable Manager, (Mr. Campbell,) that the power of trying impeachments was lodged in the Senate with the most perfect propriety; for two ...