What branch of government is headed by the Supreme Court?
The Judicial Branch
The Supreme Court heads up the Judicial branch of government.
The Supreme Court of the United States, as an institution, is head of the Judicial branch of government. The Chief Justice of the United States (colloquially known as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court) leads during his tenure. The current Chief Justice is John G. Roberts, Jr., who has lead the Court since 2005. The judicial branch of the government is headed by Congress.
Does the supreme court represent the state judicial branch or the federal judicial branch of government?
The central government of the United States is composed of three parts, the Legislative Branch, the Judicial Branch, and the Executive Branch. The Legislative Branch is made up of the House of Representatives and the Senate. The Judicial Branch is headed by the Supreme Court, and the Executive Branch is topped by the President and the Cabinet.