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Answered 2011-08-24 02:56:42

the is not one
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.


the judiciary branch of our goverment is the congress and the people to be able to have the rights to vote in the United States of America.
the part of the supreme court of the government

The United States Supreme Court is the highest part of the Judiciary of the United States Government
Supreme Court

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.


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