US Supreme Court

Thomas Gibbons, Appellant v. Aaron Ogden, Respondent (1824)

Coram: Chief Justice John Marshall, Justice Bushrod Washington, Justice William Johnson, Thomas Todd, Justice Gabriel Duvall, Justice Joseph Story, and Justice Smith Thompson. Note: Justice Smith Thompson took no part in the consideration or decision of the case. Facts of the...

Judgement: William Marbury v. James Madison, Secretary of State of the United States (1803)

Coram: Chief Justice John Marshall, Justice William Cushing, Justice William Paterson, Justice Samuel Chase, Justice Bushrod Washington, and Justice Alfred Moore. Note: Due to illness, Justice William Cushing and Justice Alfred Moore did not attend the oral arguments or participate in...

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