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What happened to the Judiciary Act of 1801 under President Jefferson? A. It was not passed. B. It was repealed. C. It was expanded. D. It was temporary suspended.
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User: What happened to the Judiciary Act of 1801 under President Jefferson? A. It was not passed. B. It was repealed. C. It was expanded. D. It was temporary suspended.

Weegy: Jefferson and the Republicans saw the 1801 law as a tremendous danger to liberty. Believing that the U.S. [ Constitution granted Congress power to abolish the lower federal courts, they proceeded to eliminate the new circuit courts in the Judiciary Act of 1802 and revert to the provisions of the Judiciary Act of 1789. ]
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The event that happened to the Judiciary Act of 1801 under President Jefferson was it was repealed.
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