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I can help
@andrearchat are you good with history?
Yes I am
awesome! okay i have some questions :)
Which of the following case decisions gave the U.S. Supreme Court the power of judicial review? Brown v. Board of Education Texas v. Johnson Plessy v. Ferguson Marbury v. Madison
your answer is in here you just have to find it
what do you mean my answer is in here
click the link it will tell you everything you need to know you just have to look for it Im not supposed to just give you the answer
can i atleast tell you what i think and then you tell me if its right or wrong @andrearchat
You can actually describe something to geny and ask if they know the answer. And you can help them instead of giving geny a whole link to read. You could just describe it right here and now
ok i think its D
the Supreme Court decided the Carriage Act was not unconstitutional. In 1803, Marbury v. Madison was the first Supreme Court case where the Court asserted its authority for judicial review to strike down a law as unconstitutional. At the end of his opinion in this decision, Chief Justice John Marshall maintained that the Supreme Court's responsibility to overturn unconstitutional legislation was a necessary consequence of their sworn oath of office to uphold the Constitution as instructed in Article Six of the Constitution.
How does the U.S. Supreme Court affect the rights of citizens? It can take away the rights of citizens by ruling laws unconstitutional. It can rule laws unconstitutional that violate rights protected in the Constitution. It can make decisions in cases that only some citizens must follow. It can create new rights for citizens through approval of new laws.
i think b
Anytime the Supreme Court considers a case in has impact on the American public in some fashion. Under the Constitution citizens are guaranteed certain rights and freedoms. These freedoms must always be balanced with the rights of the individual and needs of society at large. When a state passes a law which limits or expands a right it is the obligation of the Supreme Court to review and determine whether it meets the requirements of the Constitution. Cases involving speech, religion, gender bias, criminals’ rights, and discrimination all potentially could affect the public. Once the Court rules its decisions have the effect and permanency of law. and YOUR CORRECT
Yeah, I think it's what you chose.