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it can declare a law unconstitutional


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They are judical review and to interpret laws.

Interpreting laws Carrying out the laws

When questions concerning particular laws arise in lower courts, the justices who make up the Supreme Court are responsible for explaining and interpreting the Constitution.

All courts, but the Supreme Court of the United States has the ultimate responsibility for interpreting and explaining federal laws and constitutional matters.

Executive branch enforces the laws. The judicial branch is the Supreme Court. Its powers include interpreting the Constitution, reviewing laws, and deciding cases involving states' rights. They do not actually enforce rules or punish anyone; they just decide what is legal and what is not.

Supreme court justices decide if laws are constitutional.

Interpret and apply the laws of the united states ib cases brought before them

No, the supreme court does not propose laws. The main function of the supreme court is to review congressional laws and executive (presidential) actions for their compliance with the constitution of the us. The supreme court reviews the actions of the legislative and executive branch of government. They do not propose any laws.

the supreme court makes laws for the people to follow The supreme court does not make laws. It is the duty of the supreme court (as well as all other courts) to interpret the law as it is written. Laws are made by the legislature: the U.S. senate and house of representatives.

Judicial: Headed by the Supreme Court. Its powers include interpreting the Constitution, reviewing laws, and deciding cases involving states' rights.Executive: Headed by the president. He carries out federal laws and puts in new ones.Legislative: Headed by Congress, which includes the House of Representatives and the Senate. The main task of these two bodies is to make the laws.~Hope I helped♥

The duty of the Supreme Court is to uphold the Constitution.

The US Supreme Court interprets laws and the Constitution.

enforce laws declare war make treaties pick members of the supreme court

Why do you think the constitution forbids congress from passing ex post facto laws

The Judicial Branch1. The Illinois Supreme Court2. The Appellant Courts of Illinois3. The Circuit Courts of Illinois

No, the Supreme Court interprets the laws. The Congress implements the laws. That is why they are called the legislative branch.

The need for a national court system in the U.S. was due to the fact that each state was interpreting laws on its own. The Supreme Court of the United States was founded in 1789.

It can make laws that can be passed of to the supreme court

Judicial Branch - interpreting/reviewing the laws (Courts, Supreme Court)Legislative Branch - making the laws (House of Representatives, Senate)Executive Branch - enforcing the laws (President, Cabinet, Vice President, etc..)

No, the US Supreme Court interprets and applies laws. The President (or Executive Branch) of government carries out (enforces) laws.

the supreme court can declare laws unconstitutional

No, "police powers" usually refers to the states' rights to pass laws and take actions to keep the state and its citizens secure.

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