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Mariah Vanderbeck JUS-325 September 3rd, 2019 Marbury v. Madison History Willam Marbury was the appointed Justice of Peace by John Adams at the end of term of Presidency. Thomas Jefferson did not agree with Adams, so when Jefferson took office, he ordered Madison to not finalize the Williams Maury appointment ( Urofsky, nd.). On February 24, 1803, one of the most vital cases in United States history was brought to the Supreme Court. Marbury v. Madison was the first court case to petition the concept of judicial review, the purpose of the review is for the Federal Court to have the power to reject any acts from Congress that goes against the United States Constitution. Chief Justice Marshall denied Willam Marbury’s writ of mandamus.The verdict played an important part in the United States Court Systems since 1803. The principle of judicial review has divided the three branches of government equally between Congress and the Executive. ( Mcbride, 2018). Justice Marshall Rationale Justice John Marshall acknowledged the trouble that this case could cause in the court systems. However, if the U.S Supreme Court provided ‘the writ of mandamus’, President Thomas Jefferson could simply deny the request. Before judicial review, the court systems had no power to implement and review any court cases. Chief Justice Marshall initiated and led the court

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