Marbury V. Madison

Marbury V. Madison
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  • Marbury V. Madison  Presidential election of 1800 Kayla Brown 1-26-18 6th period
  • The Judiciary act was passed in 1801. John Marshall was appointed as the secretary of state.
  • John Adams and John Marshall were processing commissions and one of the commissions was for Marbury to be a judge.
  • let's get these papers done
  • Marbury found out that his commission wasn't processed and he was furious, so he went to the supreme court because he believed that he should still be a judge since his paper was made, just not processed. 
  • i had already made my papers so why can't i be a judge?
  • Since Marshall turned down Marbury's claim, in 1789, the constitutional supreme court could not help Marbury.
  • i am sorry but we just can't let you without your paper
  • The judicial review was used for the first time which allowed the supreme court to oversee and make decisions regarding Marbury's case.
  • There is still a chance, take that Marshall!
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