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What concept came out of the case of Marbury v. Madison?

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Ross Pratt on April 19, 2019

It was the concept of judicial review. Marbury v. Madison (1803), is cited as the first instance, wherebythe of the Supreme Court, in a separate decision about an executive action,which is a act of Congress (the Judiciary Act of 1789) to beunconstitutional, which is not valid. This is the main function of the judiciary towards the legislative power in the system ofchecks and balances. In an earlier case, Hylton v. United states (1794), the SupremeCourt decided that a law that was not unconstitutional inestablishing indirect annual taxes.

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