Judicial Branch Of U.S. Government

The Judicial branch is every court systems in America


The Judicial branch is the division of the federal government that is made up of the national courts. Their job is to interpret laws, punish criminals, and settles disputes between states. An example of a court system is the supreme court.


The Judicial branch is made up of a system of federal courts. The highest court is the Supreme Court but since 1789 they have created the system of the lower district and the circuit courts. Also there are District courts. District courts are lower federal courts. Each state has at least 1 of the 94 district courts.