Goes to show how crime free it was then.
It didn't take long for the Supreme Court to file decisions. Perhaps the most controversial of the Supreme Court's early decisions was Chisholm v. Georgia, in which it held that the federal judiciary could hear lawsuits against states. Soon thereafter, responding to the concerns of several states, Congress proposed the Eleventh Amendment, which granted states immunity from certain types of lawsuits in federal courts. The Amendment was ratified in 1795
Sure don't have to worry about that now
I wonder if they were still paid.
That is really interesting