The Supreme Branch
By: Dylan Droz and Will Boettcher
The Judicial Branch
The Judicial Branch is made up of federal courts, headed by the Supreme Court. The Judicial Branch also gives power to congress to make lower courts to meet the needs of the nation. The Judicial Branch states if a crime is committed in a particular state then the case would be held in that state.
The Supreme Court is the division of the federal government that is made up of the national courts. Also the Supreme Court interprets laws, punishes criminals. Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States. Also there are 9 justices all appointed by the president and approved by the senate. Next those 9 justices are in the court for life or until they retire. Also the Supreme Court handles disputes between two or more states. The Supreme Court deals with cases that involve ambassadors. They also decide if a law in constitutional.
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