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1872

Slaughterhouse Cases

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1872

..... it. the first section of the fourteenth article to which our attention is more specially invited opens with a definition of citizenship -- not only citizenship of the united states, but citizenship of the states. no such definition was previously found in the constitution, nor had any attempt been made to define it by act of congress. it had been the occasion of much ..... has been generally accepted by the profession of the country as the one containing the soundest views of constitutional law. and he held that, under the constitution, citizenship of the united states in reference to natives was dependent upon citizenship in the several states, under their constitutions and laws. page 83 u. s. 95 the chief justice, in that case, and a majority ..... not only not citizens, but were incapable of becoming so by anything short of an amendment to the constitution. to remove this difficulty primarily, and to establish clear and comprehensive definition of citizenship which should declare what should constitute citizenship of the united states and also citizenship of a state, the first clause of the first section was framed. "all persons born or naturalized ..... all shades and conditions of african slavery. it was very well understood that, in the form of apprenticeship for long terms, as it had been practiced in the west india islands, on the abolition of slavery by the english government, or by reducing the slaves to the condition of serfs attached to the plantation, the purpose of the article .....

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1872

Bradwell Vs. the State

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1872

..... from time immemorial, it could not be supposed that the legislature had intended to adopt any different rule. the claim that under the fourteenth amendment of the constitution, which declares that no state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges and immunities of citizens of the united states, the statute law of ..... state is one of those powers which are not transferred for its protection to the federal government, and its exercise is in no manner governed or controlled by citizenship of the united states in the party seeking such license. it is unnecessary to repeat the argument on which the judgment in those cases is founded. it ..... but the right to admission to practice in the courts of a state is not one of them. this right in no sense depends on citizenship of the united states. it has not, as far as we know, ever been made in any state, or in any case, to depend on ..... citizenship at all. certainly many prominent and distinguished lawyers have been admitted to practice, both in the state and federal courts, who were not citizens of ..... may not be a temporary residence in one state, with intent to return to another, which will not create citizenship in the former. but the plaintiff states nothing to take her case out of the definition of citizenship of a state as defined by the first section of the fourteenth amendment. in regard to that amendment counsel .....

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1872

Carlisle Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1872

..... for the offense of treason against the united states or of adhering to their enemies during the late civil war, with restoration of all rights, privileges, and immunities under the constitution and the laws which have been made in pursuance thereof." the act of congress of july 27, 1868, [ footnote 12 ] authorizes any alien to prosecute claims against the united states ..... states prior to the commencement of the rebellion. they so allege in their petition; they were therefore bound to obey all the laws of the country not immediately relating to citizenship during their sojourn in it, and they were equally amenable with citizens for any infraction of those laws. "the rights of sovereignty," says wildman in his institutes on international law ..... for the offense of treason against the united states or of adhering to their enemies during the late civil war, with restoration o? all rights, privileges, and immunities under the constitution and the laws which have been made in pursuance thereof," includes aliens domiciled in the country who gave aid and comfort to the rebellion. 5. the pardon and amnesty thus ..... united states owe a local and temporary allegiance to the government of the united states; they are bound to obey all the laws of the country not immediately relating to citizenship during their residence in it, and are equally amenable with citizens for any infraction of those laws. those aliens who, being domiciled in the country prior to the rebellion, gave .....

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1872

Crapo Vs. Kelly

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1872

..... case is unnecessary, as it must plainly follow that there is no error in the record, and that the judgment should be affirmed. "full faith and credit," the constitution ordains, "shall be given in each state . . . to the judicial proceedings of every other state, and that congress may, by general laws, prescribe the manner ..... the reason that they had been torn from british soil, and the sanctity of british soil as represented by a british ship had been violated. citizenship or residence had no influence upon the question. this vessel, the arctic, was upon the high seas at the time of the assignment. the ..... question necessarily decided by the new york courts, and that it was decided against the claim set up by the plaintiff in error, under the constitutional provision and statute referred to, and that the case is therefore properly here for review." without reference to whether he was right or wrong, ..... of jurisdiction. [ footnote 3 ] the motion was maintained, on the ground that the record neither showed that the construction of any clause of the constitution was drawn in question in the state court, nor that any right was claimed under such clause, or that any decision was made against such right ..... of the judiciary act, page 83 u. s. 613 because, as was alleged, the highest court of new york had disregarded that provision of the constitution which ordains that: "full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state; .....

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