What branch of government determines if a law is legal?
The judicial branch determines if a law is constitutional or not.
the three branches of our government are executive branch,legislative branch, and judicial branch. the executive branch is being able to veto or reject a proposal for a law. the legislative branch is headed by congress which includes the senate and the house of representatives.the judicial branch determines whether the constitution allows certain laws to be passed.
It is the Legislative Branch of government that makes the laws. The U.S. Congress, composed of the Senate and the House of Representatives, handles that chore in America. This branch of government is different from the Executive Branch and the Judicial Branch of the Federal Government. Those two branches enforce and execute the law, and interpret the law, respectively.
If you are accused of breaking a law can you present your case to a branch of government that had nothing to do with making this law?
Laws are proposed and passed by the LEGISLATIVE branch of government - they are enforced by the EXECUTIVE branch of government - decisions are rendered by the JUDICIAL branch of government. So..., yes, you would be presenting your case to a branch of government that had nothing to do with the enactment of the law. HOWEVER - - If you are talking about violating a "regulation" that was established by some government agency, then it…