Explain How The Judicial Branch Checks The Executive Branch

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The judicial branch of government is made up of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is made up of nine justices, eight Associate and one Chief Justice of the United States. If the president of the United States does something that goes against the Constitution and what America stands for, the Supreme Court can rule his actions unconstitutional. This is how the judicial branch checks the executive branch. The process by which it checks the legislative branch is pretty much the same. If the legislature, Congress, were to pass a law that goes against or rejects the Constitution, the Supreme Court will deem it unconstitutional and will not pass it. This ensures that the American people, and even people from other countries, are treated with the
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