Court Cases Compare And Contrast

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Today in the United States there is the Supreme Courts, Federal Courts, and State Courts. Different cases are handled differently and when they go to the Supreme Court they must be big cases. Marbury v. Madison and McCulloch v. Maryland are two important cases that helped to form the courts to be how they are today Marbury v. Madison (1803), was a case that created a principle of the American Constitution. Secretary of State James Madison was ordered by Thomas Jefferson to not deliver commissions that were previously supposed to be delivered. Madison was sued by the plaintiffs who did not receive their commission. Suing in the Supreme Court, the plaintiffs argued Madison was neglecting his constitutional duty by refusing to deliver the commissions.
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