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the judiciary of the United States which is responsible for interpreting and enforcing federal laws

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I have great confidence in the men and women who comprise the federal judiciary.
Finally, the articles of impeachment allege he has undermined the federal judiciary and the freedom of the press.
One cannot avoid treating the federal judiciary as political branch of government.
The book begins with a chapter on the history of federal jurisdiction and a description of the current structure of the federal judiciary.
Summary: The Federal National Council (FNC) will debate a draft law on federal judiciary, when it convenes on Tuesday in its last session in the first season of the 15th Legislative chapter.
The federal judiciary in the UAE began in 1973 with the establishment of the Federal Supreme Court.
In this Essay (drawing upon prior work), (7) I argue that there is an important context in which the constitutional scheme of separated powers has functioned quite well: safeguarding the Article Ill federal judiciary.
It makes the federal judiciary - which is normally seen outside of politics - look political.
Traditionally, the confirmation process has been an area of legislative deference to the president, with the Senate accepting most of the president's choices for the federal judiciary.
The federal judiciary and the General Services Administration (GSA) are in the midst of a multibillion-dollar courthouse construction initiative, which began in the early 1990s and has since faced rising construction costs.
Moxley was also appointed to membership on the 15-member American Bar Association Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary.
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Riverwoods, IL) has begun the production of the "Trial Attorneys Integrated Library," a new electronic resource designed to provide guidance on evidentiary issues and information on members of the federal judiciary.
His work includes Haystack Mountain School of Crafts on Deer Isle, Maine, Crown Center in Kansas City, 590 Madison Avenue (formerly the IBM Building) in New York City, 599 Lexington Avenue, in New York, The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, The Dallas Museum of Art, Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building in Washington, D.
Nevertheless an out-of-control federal judiciary has taken liberties with the Constitution to recast the document as they would have it become, a process which its proponents call an evolving, "living" Constitution.
FOR YEARS, pro-life groups have argued that abortion should be debated by state legislatures, not the federal judiciary.
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