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Dred Scott v. Sanford, 60 US 393 (1857)

The court case was Dred Scott v. Sandford, in 1857.

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Q: Which court case did the Supreme Court declare the Missouri Compromise as unconstitutional?
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What law did dred Scott vs sandford declare unconstitutional?

The Missouri Compromise.

What was a result of the Supreme Court case Marbury v Madison?

The Supreme Court gained the power to declare laws unconstitutional

Who decided to declare the Missouri Compromise unconstitutional?

(cause they were confused or something)- .... _this was the privous responce to this question which gave me no help so i decide to help. In the Dred Scott v. Sandford case in 1857, the Supreme Court ruled that Congress did not have authority to prohibit slavery in territories, and that those provisions of the Missouri Compromise were unconstitutional. It found that under the admission act of Missouri, that blacks and mulattos did not qualify as citizens of the United States.

What is the way the supreme court can check the senate?

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What one way the Supreme Court can check the Senate?

the supreme court can declare laws unconstitutional

What is one way the supreme court can check senate?

the supreme court can declare laws unconstitutional

What can the supreme court do to a law?

The SC can declare a law constitutional or unconstitutional.

When the Supreme court declare a law as unconstitutional we have an example?

judial review

What is the supreme courts ability to declare a law unconstitutional?

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Who has the right to declare something unconstitutional?

The judicial branch. Or the supreme court.

How was the Missouri Compromise unconstitutional?

It was only unconstitutional if you accepted Roger Taney's interpretation of the Constitution in his judgment of the Dred Scott case in 1857. He said the Constitution protected slavery - so therefore no state could declare itself to be free soil.