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After instating the Judiciary Act of 1800, Adams leaves office, but is unable to send the letter to William Marbury.
By law, Madison has to send this letter to Marbury, no matter what it says.
He decides not to, as it may harm his political stature.
Marbury is angered by this, and sues Madison.
The new chief justice, John Marshall, has to decide whether to side with Madison or Marbury.
In the end, Marshall decides to use the Judiciary Act of 1789 to pardon Madison's actions, although they were wrong. The act will not be enforced any more.
And everyone lived happily forever after.
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