Marbury v. Madison-Madison Kreider
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Madbury was supposed to be the judge and needed commission.
Thomas Jefferon told James Madison to not send out the last commisions.
Madbury sued James Madison because he didn't deliver his commission, and the case got sent to court.
Chief Justice Marshall had to decide if he was allowed to go to the court, which he ended up not allowing.
In 1803, the U.S. Supreme Court declared an act of congress unconstitutional for the first time.
The Marbury v. Madison case gave the supreme court the power of judicial review. It allowed the court to declare laws passed by congress unconstitutional.
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