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case decided in the supreme court of the United States in February 1793 in which is discussed the question "Whether astate be liable to be sued by a private citizen of another state?".

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Published by by T. Dobson in Philadelphia .
Written in English

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Concerns a case brought by Alexander Chisholm against the state of Georgia.

ContributionsChisholm, Alexander.
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Open LibraryOL16701628M

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Georgia v. Brailsford, 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) (), was a United States Supreme Court case continuing the case of Georgia v. , the court held that "upon a motion to dissolve that injunction, this court held that, if the state of Georgia had the title in the debt, (upon which no opinion was then expressed,) she had an adequate remedy at law by action upon the bond; but, in order Citations: 2 U.S. (more)2 Dall. A case decided in the Supreme Court of the United States, in February, In which is discussed the question--"Whether a state be liable to be sued by a private citizen of another state?". The first amendment after the Bill of Rights also represented the first use of congressional power to contradict a Supreme Court decision. The case of Chisholm v. Georgia in was the first significant decision handed down by the Court, and it was so controversial that lawmakers moved quickly to . The Case Against the Supreme Court - Kindle edition by Chemerinsky, Erwin. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Case Against the Supreme Court/5(46).

Justia › US Law › US Case Law › US Supreme Court › Volume 2 › Chisholm v. Later nullified by the Eleventh Amendment, this decision allowed citizens of states to sue state governments in court because sovereign immunity was not found to apply. Georgia, 2 U.S. 2 Dall. () This great cause comes before the Court on a motion. DATES OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS AND ARGUMENTS UNITED STATES REPORTS VOLUMES 2 – ( – ) The dates of decisions do not appear beneath the case name in the first volumes of the U.S. Reports. Beginning in (58 U.S.) the. Lawyers' Edition of the Supreme Court Reports. includes the date, though there are some errors and File Size: KB. BOOK REVIEW the evolution of the Constitution and the nation. For example, in February , the Supreme Court held in Crisholm v. Georgia 3 that a law suit brought by a citizen of one state against another state was within the juris-. Chisholm v. Georgia, 2 U.S. (), is considered the first great decision by the United States Supreme Court. Given its early date, there was little available legal precedent in American law. It was almost immediately superseded by the Eleventh case name: Alexander Chisholm, Executors v. Georgia.

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