Is the purpose of the judicial branch to make laws?
No, the purpose of the Legislative Branch is to make laws. The purpose of the Judicial Branch is to interpret and apply the law. ...
What law is created by judicial branch?
Please note this answer refers to US law Law is not created by the Judicial branch, although some will claim that it is. The judicial branch rules on issues of law, and can make statements of common law (historical law not presented in statute law). ...
Asked in Government
What are the 3 branches of government what is the role of each?
Legislative Branch: make law Executive Branch: enforce the law Judicial Branch: interpret the law ...
How does the legislative branch check on the judicial branch?
No. The judicial branch can check the legislative by finding a law unconstitutional. ...
Asked in US Constitution, US Government
True or false the judicial branch of the government interprets law?
It is true that the judicial branch of the government interprets the law.
What is the branch of government that interprets the law?
The judicial branch is tasked with the interpretation of the law.
How can the judicial branch check branch check the legislative branch?
the judicial branch uses its power of judicial review to declare whether or not a law passed by the legislation is constitutional ...
What does the legislative branch do other than make laws?
They are responsible for only making the laws. Executive enforces the law. Judicial branch interprets law. ...
Asked in US Government
What branch of government determines if a law is legal?
The judicial branch determines if a law is constitutional or not.
Asked in US Government
What branch decides what a law means and if its fair?
To my knowledge it must be the Judicial Branch because the judicial branch carries the Supreme Court and their ones who decides if a law is constitutional. ...
What is the responsibility for the judicial branch?
The judicial branch enforces the law. The courts interpret the law and the police agencies carry out the laws that the legislators makes. ...
What is the difference between law enforcement and the judicial system?
the judicial system interprets the laws (Judicial Branch) Added: Law enforcement enforces them (Executive Branch) The state or federal legislature introduces them (Legislative Branch) ...
Asked in US Constitution
What powers does the constitution give to the judicial branch?
The Constitution give the Executive branch the power to sign or veto a law. Gives the Legislative branch the power to make the laws. And gives the Judicial branch the power to make sure the laws are followed, reviews the laws. ...