The executive branch appoints judges
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The Executive Branch can affect the performance of the Judicial Branch because each judge appointed to the Judicial Branch is put there by the Executive Branch.
Executive Branch = US President ~ Judicial Branch = The Supreme Court
The Judicial branch has what is known as Judicial Review, which means the Judicial Branch may invalidate laws made by the Legislative branch and executive orders made by the Executive branch that it determines is unconstitutional.
The Judicial Branch checks the executive branch by making the decisions on the interpretation of laws. The Judicial Branch can override the views of the executive.
A power that the executive branch has over the judicial is that the executive branch appoints the Federal judges.
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The two branches are connected because the executive branch sends laws to the judicial branch
The judicial branch can interpret laws, the executive branch enforces them. Also the executive branch can veto bills given to him/her by Congress, the judicial branch can declare things "unconstitutional."
In the Judicial Branch, it states that the Executive will appoint the Justices.
The executive branch implement and enforces laws. They use judicial review, suggest laws, and control all of the spending money.
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The executive branch is led by the President. The judicial branch is headed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
No. In the United States, the President is head of the Executive branch; the Supreme Court is head of the Judicial branch. There is no such thing as "the judicial court."
The judicial branch of government can overrule the executive branch of government. The overruling of an executive order can be done in the supreme court system.
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The Executive branch checks the legislature by vetoing legislation it di disagrees with. It checks the judicial branch by being the only authority by which the judicial branch can enforce judicial decisions.
The Judicial Branch checks both the Legislative and the Executive Branches.
What are the symbols for the Judicial, Executive, and Legislative Branch of government?
Part of the Executive Branch.