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    Judicial branch

    Why your branch has the most power.
    Where the source of the power is derived from.
    Provide current event examples of the power of the appropriate branch.

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    The Judicial branch has the power to interpret the Constitution, whether it should be as it was written (literally) or whether it is meant to be a document that changes with the ages. The Supreme Court determined George W. Bush would be President in 2000. The Supreme Court can uphold or overturn decisions of all lower courts. Once made, it is very hard to overturn a decision made by the Supreme Court. The judicial branch is specified in the Constitution, in regards to ...

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    This solution discusses the power of the Judicial branch, where the source of power is derived from, and gives current event examples of the power. It includes links.