The Landmark Case of Marbury v. Madison
The decision in this case took two weeks to decide weather Marbury was allowed to receive commission from Madison. It was a unanimous decision of 4-0.The chief justice finally decided that Marbury had a legal right to receive the commission. However, when Marbury requested for a court to order Madison to deliver his commission it was rejected. The reason for this is the Judiciary Act of 1789, which states that if the Supreme Court issues a writ of mandamus (court order) it is unconstitutional.
The Marbury vs. Madison case was one of the first cases for the Supreme Court. …
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