due process of law
The Judicial branch in government is all the courts and they make sure laws are followed. The Judicial branch is also the Supreme court and they have the right to rule if a law is unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court is the highest appellate court in the United States. It does not try cases, in the standard sense of the word, but only reviews lower court decisions. Usually, cases heard by the Supreme Court involve issues of Constitutional law or federal legislation.
Yes- all the impeachment trial can do is to remove someone from office. He is still subject to criminal prosecution following the usual procedures.
judicial review refers to the actions taken by judiciary to jurisdict
The court has to take into consideration whether a law is considered constitutional or unconstitutional depending on whether a law is upheld by the constitution or not. The constitution has to support a law for it not to be void.
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The law is applied and if it isn’t followed there are court procedures that happen.
There are different procedures to perform a paternity test but it can be admissible in a court of law only when the a strict chain of custody is followed. This chain of custody ensures that the sample came from a specified party and that the sample was not tampered with in any way.
They rule on points of law and ensure that the trial is conducted in accordance with the prescribed law and court procedures.
Where the law does not set a precedent to be followed by Courts lower in the Court hierarchy, it must turn to the Statute (or legislation) that is prescribed in that area
The supreme court
That depends on who you are asking for the hearing. In a "Court of Law" you must have an active case before the court, then file a motion that the court must rule on and after the other parties (or state) is served with a copy of the motion, you request that the court administrator set a hearing for the motion (or case, if you have announced ready for trial). In an "Administrative Court" (a quasi non-judicial court) the procedures differ greatly and you need to contact the court to find their procedures.
If the law and procedures of the court allow it, yes. If in doubt call the Clerk of The Court in the jurisdiction in which the complaint was filed.
A trial court convenes juries, conducts trials and adjudicates defendants. An appeals court hears appeals of the trial court's trials - does not convene juries - does not conduct trials - and renders juedgements on the application of law and proper procedures.
The reasonableness standard The Supreme Court uses the reasonableness standard to allow laws that may appear (or actually be) facially discriminatory to stand because the law is reasonably related to a legitimate government interest.
Rational basis test
Not always, Closed Circuit Television is only admissible if all of the steps outlined in the amended Data Protection Act have been followed, even local law enforcement don't always follow the steps required, unless all steps are followed the "evidence" attained is inadmissible in a court of law