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Order in the Court

A Look at the Judicial Branch

Kowalski, Kathiann M.

(Book - 2004)
Order in the Court
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The Judicial Branch is made up of all the many different court systems in America. Its job is to take the laws that are passed by Congress and signed by the president and interpret them. When someone has broken a law, or feels that a law doesn't follow the rules set up in the Constitution, a judge or jury must first decide how the law should be explained, if it should be changed, if someone should be punished, and must also protect people's rights.

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Publisher: Minneapolis : Lerner Publications Co., c2004
ISBN: 0822546981
Branch Call Number: j 347.731 K88o 2004
Characteristics: 56 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,23 cm

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What's the difference between criminal court and civil court? Why is there a jury in some trials and only a judge in other trials?...Sit in on a criminal trial, find out who gets to be on juries, and meet famous Supreme Court justices. With plenty of real-life examples and easy-to-understand expl... Read More »

What's the difference between criminal court and civil court? Why is there a jury in some trials and only a judge in other trials? For the answers to questions like these, check out Order in the Court to take a fun and informative look at the judicial branch of the U.S. government.


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