The Constitution of the United States
The United States Constitution
Most students of Constitutional Law are taught the principle that the United States Constitution is the "supreme Law of the Land."
The United States Constitution including the Bill of Rights and later amendments.
Marshall law is the supreme law of the United States
The constitution is the document that establishes the laws of United States, and is the supreme law in this country. It was ratified by the various states in 1787 and 1788, and became law in 1789.
The United States Constitution is the supreme law of the land. The Constitution is constantly being interpreted by the Supreme Court and therefore it is called a living breathing document.
The U.S Constitution is the supreme law of the United States and organizes the United States government, giving all three branches certain responsibilities (hence separation of powers).
The Constitution of the United States or US Constitution is known as the Supreme Law of the Land.
The Constitution is the supreme law of the land in the United States.
The supreme law of the United States
The supreme law of the US is the Constitution with its bill of rights, and other amendments (changes approved by the States).
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the plan of the government for the united states the supreme law of the land
The constitution of the united States.
The US Constitution
All laws must agree with the United States Constitution. If a law does not abide by the constitution, it can be challenged by the Supreme court.
No, not in the United States. Supreme Court decisions create common law.
The supreme law of all states and citizens of the United States is the U.S. Constitution.
United States Citizens.
What is the U.S. ConStitution? It is the supreme law of the United States.
In the United States, it is the US Supreme Court.
The Islamic law is usually applicable to Muslims alone while the United States law is supreme it applies to all the citizens of America.