The judicial branch has checks on it because the judicial branch does not create laws in the USA, the legislative branch does. The judicial branch's job is to interpret and apply laws in a just manner. The judicial branch balances the other branches because the judicial branch decides whether the laws enacted by the legislative branch are legal (not against the Constitution) and whether the laws are followed legally by the executive branch and the legislative branch.
Executive, Judiciary, and Legislative branch. The word coequal does not appear in the U.S. Constitution.
Legislative branch can veto the executive branch vetoes and can impeach.
The three branches of the government are the Legislative branch, the Executive branch, and the Judicial branch.There are three branches in the United States government. These branches would be legislative, judicial and executive.
executive branch, legislative branch, judicial branch
Congress is the legislative branch.
there are no stronger branches than others. this is because of the checks and balances. checks and balances states that no branch can overpower the others.
For A+ it's Checks and Balances
So the Judicial branch doesn't overpower the Executive and Legislative branches.
The Legislative branch and the Judicial branch.
because in the system of checks and balances it has the most checks on the other branches
The Legislative branch shouldn't really be dominant because we have checks and balances (separation of pawers between the branches). But if if should be dominant then it should be because it is the one out of the three branches that make the laws
No, the checks and balances system ensure that no one branch of government can be more powerful than another branch of government.
The legislative branch along with the other 2 branches work in a system of checks and balances. In this case the legislative branch votes on the presidents decisions and can approve or deny bills before they get to the president.
Well, those "powers" are branches of the government in America. Each branch has the power to perform checks and balances on the other branches. The judicial branch has the power to declare laws made by the executive branch (the president) and the legislative branch (congress) unconstitutional. But in turn the legislative and executive branches both have their own checks to use against the judicial branch.
Which Enlightenment concept does this demonstrate? Checks and balances.