History of the judiciary system of the United States, and important figures who helped shaped this system.
The judicial system of the United States of America was first established by the framers in the Federal Convention in Philadelphia (1787). Delegates agreed that a national judiciary system was essential to carry out the interpretation of the constitution. Article III of the United States Constitution depicts the beginning of our current day judicial system, with quite a few adjustments over time. As recorded by James Madison in his journal of the Constitutional Convention, the framers did not spend much time writing Article III because they thought that although an established judicial sys…
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