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What does the Judicial Branch Do? Branches of Government - Judicial Branch Facts - 5 Ws Activity

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  • Who is part of the Judicial Branch?
  • What is the role of the Judicial Branch?
  • When was the Judicial Branch created?
  • The Judicial Branch is made up of a variety of individuals. The branch consists of judges, bailiffs, justices, lawyers, and everyday civilians who serve as jurors!
  • The Judicial Branch is responsible for making sure justice is being upheld for every citizen. The branch resolves conflicts and judges the constitutionality of law.
  • The Judicial Branch was created in 1787 with the signing of the Constitution. The Constitution created the structure of government with the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches.
  • Where is the Judicial Branch located?
  • 5Ws of the Judicial Branch
  • Why does the Judicial Branch exist?
  • We make sure the laws you create and actions you take are legal!
  • The Judicial Branch is located in all 50 states. Each state has their own court system. Although most trials are resolved in the state, sometimes they will be appealed to the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.
  • The Judicial Branch exists to ensure that the government and civilians are following the laws. No one in America is above the law, and the court's goal is to enforce justice.
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