Definition of Marshall, John in English:

Marshall, John

Syllabification: Mar·shall, John
Pronunciation: /ˈmärSHəl
( 1755–1835), US chief justice 1801–35. A Federalist from Virginia, he is considered the father of the American system of constitutional law, especially of the doctrine of judicial review.

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