Between 1800 and 1835, the Supreme Court dealt with many cases of great importance to the United States of America. John Marshall served as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court during this time. The case of Marbury v. Madison, in 1803, was one of the most crucial court cases and decisions made in this time period. During the early 1800's, the Supreme Court had none of the power and authority that it holds today. Very few cases
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was able to keep the Constitution up to date. The Marbury v. Madison case is still referred to in Supreme Court cases today because of the major impacts that it had in establishing the reality of the Constitution as the supreme law of the land. The challenges and decisions brought forth during the Marbury case will forever be remembered as the turning point of the authority and influence of the Supreme Court on American government.