anonymous
  • anonymous
In Marbury v Madison, John Marshall established that the Supreme Court had the last word in _____ the Constitution.
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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Mike1015
  • Mike1015
im not completely sure but I think the answer is article three of the constitution
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you but it's wrong lol! @Mike1015
Mike1015
  • Mike1015
oh dang im sorry

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Mike1015 is not a good answer guy dont support him.
anonymous
  • anonymous
At the end of his term, President John Adams appointed William Marbury as justice of the peace for the District of Columbia. The Secretary of State, John Marshall (the same person who later became Chief Justice) failed to deliver the commission to Marbury and left that task to the new Secretary of State, James Madison. Upon his inauguration, Adams’ political enemy, Thomas Jefferson told Madison not to deliver the commissions because he did not want supporters of Adams working in his new government. Marbury filed suit and asked the Supreme Court to issue a writ of mandamus, or a court order which would require Madison to deliver the commission to Marbury.
Mike1015
  • Mike1015
@sabu your just angry because I didn't know the answer to your question. so ide appreciate it if you kept your comments about my answers to yourself
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im not mad because you are just guessing then.
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
this isent a place to agrue @Sabu and @Mike1015 . if you two want to agrue. do it in a private message please
MePitt
  • MePitt
The Supreme Court shall also have appellate jurisdiction from the circuit courts and courts of the several states, in the cases herein after provided for; and shall have power to issue writs of prohibition to the district courts [...] and writs of mandamus [...] to any courts appointed, or persons holding office, under the authority of the United States. i think from wikipedia
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol so what's the answer then???
MePitt
  • MePitt
idk lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol haha
MePitt
  • MePitt
but i think o issue writs of prohibition to the district courts
anonymous
  • anonymous
what's the answer? @Sabu
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/marbury-v-madison-establishes-judicial-review This link should help you out.

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