Judicial Branch

The governments national court system

What does the Judicial branch do?

the branch of government charged with interpretation of laws and administration of justice (the judiciary).The Judicial branch includes the supreme court and courts of the us' 50 states. In the judicial branch they deal with all the governments crime in the courts either supreme or state or the court in the area the crime was committed.The supreme court deals with all the crimes or trials that are from the legislative branches of government and executive branches.

Facts of the Judicial Branch

  • There are 3 types of courts the top being the Supreme Court,the middle being the state court, and the last being the city courts all over the U.S.
  • The Judicial branch oversees the federal court system in the U.S.