The Judicial Branch
Informational (nonfiction) 496 words, (Grade 2) Nonfiction Series.The U.S. Constitution founded three branches of government, including the judicial branch. This branch manages the country's legal process, interprets its laws, and protects the rights of its people. Federal judges review cases and ensure that justice is done. Along with two other branches of the United States government, the judicial branch helps establish a balance of power in the country.
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