Barbara Williams_PLA2930-1_Unit 6_Homework

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Unit 6 Contemporary Issues in Law Barbara Williams Homework April 3, 2010 Professor Jennifer Maloon 1. Explain the concept of separation of powers.
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Separation of powers is a constitutional agreement where the authority of government is split between three branches; the executive, judicial, and legislative. 2. Explain when the Supreme Court can have final authority over state law and constitution.
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Unformatted text preview: The Supreme Court of the US is the final authority when it comes to determining whether federal and state laws are in compliance with the US Constitution and /or federal law. Reference: Contemporary Issues in Law (Custom Edition). Boston, Ma: Pearson....
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