Judicial Branch

Judicial Branch is made up of all the national courts

What is the Judicial branch?

The Judicial branch is the division if the federal government that is made up of all the national courts.

What's the Judicial Branch's role in the government?

The Judicial Branch/ Congress's role in government is proposing/ passing laws. Judicial Branch is also responsible for interpreting laws, punishing criminals, and settling disputes between states. While they are interpreting laws they can veto them if they think that it is unconstitutional.
3 Branches of Government