The Judicial Branch
Informational (nonfiction) 1,326 words, (Grade 4) Nonfiction Series.The judicial branch, founded by the U.S. Constitution, manages the country's court system, interprets its laws, and protects the rights of its people. Its judges, including the Supreme Court justices, review legal cases and make sure that true justice is done. As one of the three branches of the federal government, the judicial branch helps establish a balance of power in the United States.
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