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The dissent uses the majority opinion as evidence.

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The majority opinion uses lower courts' decisions on the same case as evidence.

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What do judicial reviews give to the judicial branch?

The power of Judicial Review is the major check that the judicial branch has over the other two (legislative and executive) branches of the U.S. government. Judicial review allows the federal courts to rule actions of the President and Congress unconstitutional, and thus overturn them.


The legislative branch makes laws the executive branch implements laws and the judicial branch reviews laws this is an example of which principle of government?

separationo of powers


Which branch of government exercises the power of judicial review?

The Judicial Branch has the power of Judicial Review. They have the ability to review decisions made by the other two branches of government, and they have to measures to allow or prevent them from occurring.


Why is judicial review an important function of the US Supreme Court?

Mainly because without judicial review the Constitution would be nothing but a piece of paper. The Constitution states that it is the supreme law of the land. There has to be an authority to decide whether a particular law is constitutional or unconstitutional. If not, then the legislative branch would be free to pass any law without regard to its constitutionality. Judicial authority has always included the power to interpret laws. The Constitution gives the Judicial branch power over all cases arising under the Constitution. The courts must be able to interpret both the Constitution and laws and to determine whether one prohibits the other.


Who makes the laws and who reviews the laws?

This is a basic civics question. The legislative branch enacts laws, courts interpret laws, the executive branch enforces the laws. Consult your U.S. Constitution, the constitution of your state for specifics regarding which specific law you are talking about (there are federal, state, and local (county, city, town, etc.) laws).

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The dissent uses the majority opinion as evidence.


How do judicial reviews in the dissent from those majority opinion?

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