Judicial Branch roberto baez

The judicial branch is able to do this through its special power known as judicial review and as part of the process of checks and balances between the three branches of government.

i think the judiciary branch has the power to appoint and confirm appointments of judges and justices is the most important to me.

The judicial branch of government is made up of the court system.
One example of the judicial branch is when the Miranda rights began in 1963, when Ernesto Miranda was arrested for, and interrogated about, the rape of an 18-year-old woman in Phoenix, Arizona. During the lengthy interrogation, Miranda, who had never requested a lawyer, confessed and was later convicted of rape and sent to prison. Later, an attorney appealed the case, requesting judicial review by the Supreme Court, claiming that Ernesto Miranda’s rights had been violated, as he never knew he didn’t have to speak at all with the police.

I think that the judicial branch is the most powerful because its power is called the judicial review. The judicial review is usually associated with the U.S. Supreme Court, which has ultimate judicial authority, it is a power possessed by most federal and state courts of law in the United States. The judicial branch is also associated with the U.S. Supreme Court, which has ultimate judicial authority, it is a power possessed by most federal and state courts of law in the United State.

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