Marbury v. Madison Judicial revew

Marbury v. Madison Judicial revew
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  • Marbury
  • Where are the commissions?!
  • I'm sorry Mr. Marbury I don't have them.
  • Madison
  • Marbury
  • Hello Mr. Marshall. I have a complaint to submit to the court.
  • Many of Mr. Madison's commissions have not been turned in yet!
  • I understand your anger. Let me see what we can do about that.
  • Marshall
  • Marshall
  • Mr. Madison should have turned in the commissions, but due to Article III of the constitution, I do not have the authority to issue a writ for this case.
  • Marshall
  • The judiciary act of 1789 to issue writs is unconstitutional according to Article III.
  • The court became the speakers of the constitution. They were the final authority on what the document meant. The supreme court then became an equal part of the government because of this case.
  • That is how the supreme court became an equal part of our government.
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