The judicial branch of the U.S. government is responsible for interpreting laws as well as determining the constitutionality of laws passed by Congress. It may also make determinations about the constitutionality of exec... More »

Although there are both federal and state judicial branches with separate powers; unless specified, the judicial branch typically refers to one of three branches in the U.S. Government. The three branches work together t... More »

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The judicial branch is the nation's court system; it is in charge of enforcing and interpreting the law as well as resolving disputes. The federal judicial branch is made up of the Supreme Court, the U.S. District Courts... More »

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The role of the judicial branch in the U.S. government is to explain laws of the country, determine if laws are constitutional and regulate the federal court system, according to WhiteHouse.gov. Members of the judicial b... More »

The legislative branch of the U.S. government, which is responsible for making and passing laws, is also known as the U.S. Congress. Congress is comprised of two houses, the House of Representatives and the Senate. The l... More »

The judicial branch determines the constitutionality of the law as it pertains to specific cases. It does not issue general opinions on the law or enforce it; rather, individuals must prove that they have been harmed by ... More »

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Judicial review works by validating or invalidating the constitutionality of legislative and executive acts of government. This special power was not delegated by the United States Constitution to the federal judiciary. ... More »