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federal court system.
the people of the government is to interpret the laws of the government
The supreme court or the court system. Either one would work.
There main power is to interpret laws. Has the power to remand a case by sending the case back down to lower courts to be tried again.
The President is in a different branch than the judiciary branch of government.
The role of the judiciary Branch is the interpreter of the law as passed by the legislative branch of government.
The Judicial branch
Well as for government: Judiciary Branch Executive Branch Legislative Branch
The United States Supreme Court is the highest part of the Judiciary of the United States Government
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The judiciary branch.
The legislative branch, executive branch, and the judiciary branch
the part of the supreme court of the governmentthe judiciary branch of our government is the congress and the people to be able to have the rights to vote in the united states of America.
The three branches of the US government:The legislative branch, which passes laws.The executive branch, which carries out the laws.The judicial branch, which settles disputes about the laws.
The Executive branch
The judiciary branch. The courts
Governance in the US federal system is dependent on the three branches of government. These branches as the Judiciary, the Legislative branch, and the Executive branch.
The judiciary branch of the US Government decides cases involving US law. The Federal Court involved in a case may determine if a law is Constitutional or not. The highest level of the US Judicial branch is the US Supreme Court.
The Senate is in the legislative branch of the government, not the judicial branch.
Executive Branch (President, Cabinet, etc.)Legislative Branch (Congress: House of Representative and the Senate)Judicial Branch (US Supreme Court and federal judiciary)
there are the Executive branch the legislative branch and the judiciary branch
Article three of the US Constitution establishes the judiciary branch of the government which includes the supreme court
The judiciary branch is the only branch of government that is appointed. The President appoints members for life.
In the United States, the federal constitutional courts are part of the Judicial Branch of government. The "judiciary" refers to courts in general, but is not specific to those established under Article III of the Constitution.The Judicial Branch of the US government is confined to the following courts:US District CourtsUS Court of International TradeUS Court of Appeals Circuit CourtsSupreme Court of the United States