With the support of President Thomas Jefferson, the new Republican majority in Congress soon repealed the Judiciary Act of 1801 and restored much of the court system, including circuit riding, that had been established in 1789. To Federalists, the repeal and consequent removal of the new circuit judges was a violation of the constitutional protection of judges’ tenure during good behavior. The subsequent impeachment of two partisan judges further inflamed Federalist fears, and Jefferson, along with many of his allies, continued to advocate limits on federal jurisdiction and on judicial tenure. The organizational structure of the court system reestablished in 1802, however, would remain the same until after the Civil War.
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