Marbury v Madison

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Marbury v Madison by Mind Map: Marbury v Madison

1. Chief Justice: John Marshall

2. Petitioner: Marbury Respondent: Madison

3. Jansen McDaniel, Madison Whitlock ,and Haynes Shelton

4. Year Decided: 1803

4.1. New node

5. It set the precedent for judicial review.

6. There was not a majority or dissenting opinion because it was a unanimous descision.

7. The Costitutional significance is that it set precendent for the power of the Court not only to interpret the constitutionality of a law or statute but also to carry out the process and enforce its decision.