Judicial Branch

How the Judicial branch works.

Judicial Branch

The Judicial branch is the one that enforces laws in the state. Article 3 of the constitution when establishes the judicial branch, leaves congress significant discretion to determine the shape and structure of the federal judiciary (another name for Judicial)
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The judicial branch of the united state government encompasses the supreme court and the lower federal courts. Also as i said in the first paragraph it can also be names as the federal judiciary meaning the system of the us or federal courts that have the right and power to decide weather a law or act is constitutional.

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