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Marbury V. Madison Presidential election of 1800 Kayla Brown 1-26-18 6th period
The Judiciary act was passed in 1801. John Marshall was appointed as the secretary of state.
John Adams and John Marshall were processing commissions and one of the commissions was for Marbury to be a judge.
let's get these papers done
Marbury found out that his commission wasn't processed and he was furious, so he went to the supreme court because he believed that he should still be a judge since his paper was made, just not processed.
i had already made my papers so why can't i be a judge?
Since Marshall turned down Marbury's claim, in 1789, the constitutional supreme court could not help Marbury.
i am sorry but we just can't let you without your paper
The judicial review was used for the first time which allowed the supreme court to oversee and make decisions regarding Marbury's case.
There is still a chance, take that Marshall!
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