The Judicial Branch has the power of interpretation of the constitution. We learned that this was given to the Judicial Branch and the Supreme Court via the Marrbury v. Madison court case. In the Power of the Judicial Review W/S students will look at the impact of going against legal precedent set by previous cases. They will also compare the pros and cons of judicial activism on the supreme court. Finally, they will analyze a primary source. A speech given by James Wilson will lay out the expectations for the supreme court during the constitutional convention of 1787.