Marbury v. Madison established Due Process of Law

Marbury v. Madison (1803) is famous for establishing the principle of:

(A) the sanctity of contracts.
(B) the supremecy of the executive over the legislative branch.
(C) judicial review.
(D) due process of law.
(E) equal access by any citizen to federal courts.

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