B. Hamilton claimed the judiciary had no influence on society. Unlike the other two branches, the judiciary had no influence and could not obtain the strength or wealth of the society.
D. According to Hamilton, the judges of the Senate have the authority to judge the constitutionality of federal laws.
E. Hamilton denies the court being able to construe the laws according to the spirit of the Constitution.
a. The ideal that the Constitution ought to be the standard of construction for the laws, whereby laws shall be in accordance to the Constitution.
F. The Supreme Court’s power relies on judicial power and shall extend to all cases in law and equity.
G. The Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution supports Hamilton’s argument on the terms of the judges within the Senate hold the most power, thus leaving the judiciary with minimal power while the legislative enforces the laws.
H. The powers Section 13 gives to the Supreme Court is the power to issue writs of mandamus in cases and usage of law.
I. Thomas Jefferson suggests the several states who formed the Constitution have the authority to judge the constitutionality of federal laws.