You have no idea what you are taking about. This post makes no more sense than your previous post.
Are you aware that this is a question and answer site? For individuals with real legal issues who need a push in the right direction? It is not a site for posting statements, or hypotheticals, or nonsense.
If you need an attorney, try the avvo ' find a lawyer ' tab or contact you local bar association and request a referral. Good luck to you.
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The case is Marbury v. Madison. That being said, your "question" is convoluted and non-sensical. It is impossible to attempt an answer with what has been provided.
I believe you mean "Marbury v. Madison." However, that is the only think I was able to decipher from your post. What exactly is your issue?
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What is your question? "Marbury" not "Mulberry."
My answer to your question is for general purposes only, and we do not have an attorney-client relationship.
What, exactly, is "like Marbury v. Madison?"
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