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  1. Samuel Chase, an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, was impeached by the United States House of Representatives on March 12, 1804 on eight articles of impeachment alleging misconduct.

  2. Impeachment Trial of Justice Samuel Chase, 1804-05. On November 30, 1804, for the third time in its brief history, the Senate began preparations for an impeachment trial. In 1798 and 1799, the Senate had tried a senator previously expelled on grounds of treason.

  3. Feb 18, 2020 · Samuel Chase was a Maryland delegate to the Continental Congress, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and an associate judge to he United States Supreme Court. Over the course of his career, his view became extremely Federalist, which eventually led to him being impeached for letting his political views affect his judgement in court.

  4. May 18, 2018 · Samuel Chase (1741-1811), American politician and member of the early U.S. Supreme Court, was the most controversial of the founders of the American Republic. Samuel Chase was born on April 17, 1741, in Somerset County, Md.

  5. Feb 13, 2021 · The man on trial in early 1805 was Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase, the first and only member of the high court ever to be impeached. The man presiding over that trial was Vice President Aaron...

  6. Samuel Chase Impeached. March 12, 1804. Supreme Court justice Samuel Chase, an ardent Federalist supporter, was known for his open partisanship both on and off the bench. He campaigned vigorously for John Adams in the election of 1800, and in 1803, gave a grand jury charge in the U.S. circuit court in Maryland that was sharply critical of the ...

  7. Justice Samuel Chase joined the U.S. Supreme Court on February 4, 1796, replacing Justice John Blair. Chase was born on April 17, 1741 in Somerset County, Maryland. He studied law in Annapolis and was admitted to the Maryland bar in 1761. Three years later, Chase joined the Maryland General Assembly, where he would serve for the next two decades.

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