Judicial Branch

Judicial Branch

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  • Judicial Branch
  • So, now that I've been appointed, what do I do?
  • Well, some on the most important things we do is protect the Constitution, establish the Supreme Court, see if other acts and laws will affect the Constitution, and give congress the ability to create lower courts. 
  • District Court
  • The district court is where most cases involving federal law are heard at. Also, citizens can appeal to a higher court here at the district court.
  • The appellate court is where they consider if the original trial was legal and fair. When a decision is made in this court, it can be appealed to the Supreme Court. 
  • Appellate Court
  • This court, the Supreme Court, is where everything gets it's final say. Keep in mind, the Supreme Court only accepts 100 out of many more cases. The Supreme Court chooses what cases they want to have.
  • Supreme Court
  • So now that I've given you the rundown, there are a few more points I would like to point out. As you probably know, there is no age requirement to be part of the Judicial Branch. Once you're here, you can't leave, unless it's time for you to retire. Lastly, there are 9 justices or judges.
  • Thank you for all the help! I really appreciate it.
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