The case in which the Supreme Court claimed the power of judicial review (the authority to declare a law unconstitutional) was __________
The answer is Marbury v. Madison This case was one of the cases that had redefined the judicial review in the United States. This case also had redefined the boundary of the constitutional separate executive and the Judicial branches of government. The said case started when US Sec. Madison refused to deliver the documents of Judge William Marbury’s appointment as Justice of Peace in the District of Columbia.