GBA-231 Module 1 Discussion.docx - DOES THE SUPREME COURT...

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DOES THE SUPREME COURT HAS POWERS ARE APPROPRIATE AND ESSENTIAL, OR DO YOU THINK THE COURT IS TOO POWERFUL? Article III of the United States Constitution in 1789 stipulates the federal government's judicial power be vested in one Supreme court and according to Cheeseman's (2019), the highest court in the land is the supreme court which is an appellate court that hears appeals from federal circuit courts of appeals and , under certain circumstances from federal district courts. Although, the Supreme court's decision is final in most cases but their power are appropriate and essential in this regard because they have the power of judicial review , the ability to invalidate a statute for violating and provision of the constitution or an executive act for being unlawful. The Supreme Court is only exercising the vetoes vested on them to do the appropriate thing at all times and also they are representing the federal government by

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