a storyboard that depict the case that established judicial review
I need to appoint a lot of judges to make sure that the power of the government stays in federalist hands. Understood, Marshall?
I will do it, sir.
O.K. ... ?
Get'cher judgeship! Free judgeship to any federalist.
Ha Ha, Jhon Adams. Jefferson's President now, and I won't appoint any of your "midnight judges". so you can eat my shorts.
I didn't get my judgeship, and that makes me super angry! I'm going to sue the government so I can get my ill-established judgeness.
I am sorry, Marbury, but the law that made you a judge is clearly unconstitutional. I hereby say no judgeship for you!
And that is how judicial review, a system in which the supreme court reviews a law to determine if it is unconstitutional, was established.
By: Mark Kostjuhin, Brennan Kavalew, Cassie Srb, Madison Vaughn
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