Madison! Do not deliver the papers about Marbury!
I am going to apply to the Supreme Court a writ of mandamus
John Adams was coming to his fina days as President. Within this time, he made the decision to appoint William Marbur into one of the new offices position.
Does this case answer the three main questions?????
John Adam's informed John Marshall to deliver sealed papers of the appointment. However, John Marshall negelected to do this order.
Constitution gives Congress no power to add new instances of original jusridiction. I make the Supreme Court the final judge of constitutionality.
Once Jefferson became President he informed James Madison to not deliver the commission papers. Furious, Marbury applied to the Supreme Court a writ of mandamus.
Court could not issue the writ, and that it therefore could not attempt to force the appointment of Marbury Judicial Review established
John Marshall, the Chief Justice reviewed the case. He focused on three questions. These questions were the following: Did Marburry have a right to commision?, Was he entitled to some remedy?, and Was that remedy a writ from the Supreme Court?
I have come to the conclusion that Marbury does have the right!!!!
Upon reviewing the case, Marshall claimed that the court has no power to issue a writ.
The final decision made by the court was the Marbury can not be appointed because of not having the power to issue the writ. The following incident is what later created "Judicial Review".