How did the Supreme Court acquire the power of judicial review?


The power was claimed by the court during the famous case of Marbury v. Madison. This is considered to be one of the most famous cases in the history of US Supreme Court. The judicial review system significantly increases the power of the Supreme Court in the US federal system.
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Since the argument of Marbury V. Madison before it in 1803,
Answer In the U.S. Supreme Court, the power of judicial review gives the court the ability to at least pronounce that a law passed by the legislature does not comply with the Constitution
You will find a really succinct answer in your textbook. Go to the index (it's at the back of the book), and find the phrase "judicial review". Then go to the page it shows
Until 1995, it was not clear that the basic laws enjoyed any constitutional supremacy. While it was widely accepted thatthe Basic Laws dealt with uniquely constitutional issues, according
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