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Marbury v. Madison
Well, Adams isn't president!
I am Justice of the peace- Adams said so!
I am Justice of the Peace because of the Judiciary Act of 1789!
Actually, the Judiciary Act of 1789 is a violation of Article III, Section II of the Constitution and is therefore unconstitutional.
Because the law is unconstitutional, all Six justices unanimously rule in favour of Madison.
EXTRA: Marbury Loses 6-0
THE WASHINGTON ENQUIRER
In a unanimous case against Marbury, The act of James Madison withholding the judicial commissions was deemed constitutional, as Marbury was basing his case on an unconstitutional law. In this case, Judicial Review was established, giving the courts power to review bills and laws passed. More on this story as it develops.
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