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4190. JUDICIARY (Federal), Supremacy.—

The courts of justice exercise the sovereignty
of this country, in judiciary matters,
are supreme in these, and liable neither to
control nor opposition from any other branch
of the government.—
To E. C. Genet. Washington ed. iv, 68. Ford ed., vi, 421.
(Pa., Sep. 1793)
See Constitution, Marshall and Supreme Court.