Beyond Congress's Reach: Constitutional Aspects of Inherent Power
Benham, Dustin B.
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This article examines Article III judicial power and other independent court powers implied by Article III’s grand of judicial power along with the limits on Congress’s power to tamper with them. The author proposes that the Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA), as interpreted by some lower courts, impermissibly interferes with the traditionally inherent power to vacate judgments for fraud on the court.