Judicial branch of the American Government
I decided to write about the judicial branch of American Government.
The judicial branch of government is made up of the court system. The Supreme Court is the highest court.
Judicial power is one of the three main branches of government and its task is to apply and interpret laws passed by the legislature.
The Judicial Branch makes sure that the nation’s laws are fairly applied. So it means that every person is treated the same way. The Federal government is a government with strong central powers. A Federal court is established under the Constitution of the United States. The Federal courts are divided into three levels which are Supreme Court, Appeals …show more content…
Specifically, the Government of the United Kingdom there is a place for the Lord Chancellor, who is the oldest political body in the country which was established within 1066th year, and probably earlier. The problem is that he is the head of the judiciary that has the right to appoint and dismiss all judges in the state, seated in the House of Lords - the upper house of parliament (legislature) and has a place in the government (the executive). Theoretically, he has more political power than the Prime Minister and of course has a higher salary. The British political problem troubling the public for some time. United Kingdom, as one of the first liberal democracy itself should not be allowed to mix. However, since the British traditionalists this problem is easily solved by the same problem existed with the adoption of euro. In June 2003. The Tony Blair, then Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, has announced it will abolish the office of Lord Chancellor and his place will set the British Supreme Court. Were counter-tradition, high costs for the construction of the Supreme Court and so …show more content…
However, the Court may consider appeals from the highest state courts or from federal appellate courts. The Court also has original jurisdiction in cases involving ambassadors and other diplomats, and in cases between states.
Article III of the Constitution of the United States guarantees that every person accused of wrongdoing has the right to a fair trial before a competent judge and a jury of one's peers.
The subpoena is a written command to a person to testify before a court or else he would be punished.
A docket is a court’s calendar that shows the schedule of cases is to hear. An US attorney is considered to be a chief’s lawyer of the US government. He or she serves the pleasure of the President, and he can be removed anytime by the President. He is a head of the US Department of Justice.
The Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments to the Constitution provide additional protections for those accused of a crime. These include:
*A guarantee that no person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without the due process of