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To my knowledge it must be the Judicial Branch because the judicial branch carries the Supreme Court and their ones who decides if a law is constitutional.

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What branch decides what laws mean and if they are fair?

I would say the Judicial Branch.


What are the job of judicial branch?

The Judicial Branch decides if laws follow guidelines of the Constitution, decides meaning of laws, and whether laws can be followed


Which branch of government decides whether laws follow the constitution?

the judicial branch can decide if laws agree with the constitution


Which branch decides if the laws that are made are fair and just according to your Constitution?

I'm pretty sure that it is the executive branch. Incorrect, the judicial system determines whether the laws enacted by the senate/house and approved by the executive are constitutional.


Which of the branch decides whether follow the constitution?

The Judicial Branch of the government, which is divided as various courts on the state level and as the Supreme Court on the Federal level, decides whether laws are Constitutional or not.


Which branch of government decides on the laws?

The legislative branch (Congress) decides on what should be law and makes the laws.


Which branch decides if laws are legal and what is the process called?

The judicial branch decides if laws are legal and it's called Checks and Balances.


How does the judicial branch of government use the system of checks and balances?

The judicial branch has checks on it because the judicial branch does not create laws in the USA, the legislative branch does. The judicial branch's job is to interpret and apply laws in a just manner. The judicial branch balances the other branches because the judicial branch decides whether the laws enacted by the legislative branch are legal (not against the Constitution) and whether the laws are followed legally by the executive branch and the legislative branch.


What branch decides if laws are reasonable?

judicial


What branch decides the meaning laws?

Judicial.


Which Of the branch of government decides the meaning of laws?

The judicial branch <-------Apex;)


Who reviews laws and decides whether they are within the guidelines of the Constitution?

The Senate reviews laws and decides whether they are within the guidelines of the Constitution.