What is the responsibility executive branch in criminal law?
the duty of exective branch in any country is alwys realted to the execution of laws, which means if court declares that a person should be hanged to death in crimnal case then its responsiblity of exective branch in crimnal law to hang the person to death..
humble reply by madeeha kanwal
The executive branch, the president, can either veto (deny) the law or accept it. if he accepts it the bill becomes a law Update 1: The executive branch has the responsibility to enforce the laws that the government enacts and has the right to check the legislature by vetoing (deny) a bill or signing it into law. Should the executive branch veto a bill, the legislature has the right to override the veto by passing…
The Executive Branch. The President of the United States is the leader of the executive branch of government. All of the law enforcement agencies in the United States are also part of the executive branch. The Legislative branch creates the law. The Judicial branch interprets the law. The Executive branch enforces the law.
In most countries, law enforcement and military matters fall under the jurisdiction of the executive branch. So, putting down a rebellion is the responsibility of the executive branch. However, the legislative branch may pass laws regulating how this rebellion is to be handled (punishments, amnesties, etc.).
The police are the agency of the Executive Branch of government charged with the responsibility of enforcing the laws that the Legislative Branch of government passes. They are there to help keep a peaceful and safe environment, as well as enforce criminal laws. They are an organized unit that have been trained in the law, the specific needs of the community, civil rights, and how to detain someone as safely as possible.
The executive branch executes the Law as created by the Legislative branch and spelled out and defined by the Judicial branch. The Executive branch is the leader - the President or Governor of a state/government. The President of the United States is the head of the Executive branch in the United States.
Does the US Constitution give the Executive Branch the most power of all three branches of government?
No, the US Constitution has a system of checks and balances that give the legislative branch, the executive branch and the judicial branch equal powers. Example: The legislative branch can pass a law, but the executive branch can veto it, while the legislative branch can veto that veto with a 2/3 vote, causing the law to be passed. After the law is passed, the judicial branch can deem the law unconstitutional, and the law is…
The laws are carried out by the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government. That branch is headed by the President of the United States. In contrast, it is the Legislative Branch that makes those laws, and the Judicial Branch that interprets them. Executive branch enforces the law, Judicial branch interprets the law, and Legislative branch makes the law. I assume by "carry out" you mean enforces and if so, the executive branch. It is the…
In the United States, laws can be enacted by federal, state or local authorities. There are the following categories: Constitutional law- the fundamental law in the US Case law- federal and state Statutory law- federal and state civil and criminal Administrative law Regulatory law Local ordinances Each branch of government produces a different category of law: Legislative Branch : Statutory Law Executive Branch : Regulatory and Administrative Law Judicial Branch : Case Law