Asked in US Constitution, US Government
Where does it say in the constitution what powers the judicial branch has over the executive branch?
The powers of the judicial branch are contained in Article III of the Constitution, but those powers are not over the executive branch...they are separate from the powers of the legislative and executive branches. ...
Asked in US Civil War, US Constitution, US Government
Who give the powers to the executive branch?
The US constitution specifies the powers of the branches of government. The individual states granted these powers to the federal government when they ratified the constitution and joined the union. ...
What are the powers denied to the executive branch?
The executive branch has limited powers because of the constitution. This branch is prohibited from creating new laws and legislation. They are also not allowed to declare war. ...
Asked in Politics and Government
How did the framers use separation of powers and checks and balances to limit the powers of government?
Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branch Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branch ...
Asked in Federal Laws, US Constitution, US Government
What are two powers of the executive branch in the US government?
Two powers of the executive branch are being able to veto a bill and appoint supreme court justices. ...
How can the judicial branch check the powers of the executive and legislative branches?
The judicial branch has powers to interpret laws, or regulations or other actions of the executive branch, or to declare them unconstitutional. It serves as a "check" on the executive by having the power to interpret the law differently than the executive, and having that interpretation supercede the interpretation of the executive branch. In addition, the judicial branch resolves disputes between the executive branch and citizens or businesses, providing a "check" on any excesses of the executive branch. ...
Asked in US Constitution
In which article of the constitution was the executive branch created?
The powers of the executive branch were laid out in Article II of the United States Constitution. ...
What are the expressed powers of the executive branch?
The expressed powers of the executive branch are the ones that are clearly defined by the constitution. Some of the them include the power of the president to appoint officials to public offices. ...
How can the judicial branch challenge the powers of the legislative and executive branch?
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. ...