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Q: What are the 3 types of judicial review?
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When the supreme court declares a law as unconstitutional we have an example of what?

judicial review

One expert has said that this is like a boxers big knockout punch?

I do not know who said that but if you are wondering what it refers to, that would be a judicial review.

What is the power of the courts to declare laws invalid if they violate the Constitution?

Judicial Review

What power can declare unconstitutional acts of government?

That power is the power of judicial review.

The power of the courts to decide the constitutionality of an act of government is called?

Judicial review... which was given binding authority by Maybury v Madison in 1803

What is one power of the judicial branch?

judicial review

The Supreme Court evaluation of the constitutionality of laws passed by Congress or state legislatures is known as?

A judicial review allows the Supreme Court to annul any acts of the state that is deemed to be unconstitutional. This decision was made during the Marbury v. Madison case which stated that they have the right to review the acts of Congress to determine its constitutionality.

What power does judicial review give to the judicial branch?

no the power of judicial review is not mentioned in the constitution. because Judicial Review was used in 13th century law but the courts didn't agree with it so it was forgotten. until the case of Marbury v. Madison that is when Judicial Review came back to the power of the Supreme Court.

What is constitutional review?

"Constitution review" most likely refers to the courts' power of judicial review. For more information about judicial review, see Related Questions, below.

The principle established by chief justice marshall in a famous case that the supreme court can declare laws unconstitutional?

Judicial Review

Is judicial review an explicit or an implied power?

Judicial review is an implied power of the Judicial Branch in the US government, but an established practice in common law.

Does the UK have a judicial review?

no it does not