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Which of the following branches of the government oversees the court system? A. The Judicial Branch B. The Legislative Branch C. The Executive
Branch D. The Branch Davidians
The answer is A. The Judicial Branch Explanation: The Judicial Branch also known as supreme court, has the power to Decide actions unconstitutional,and interpret treaties when checking the president. [ and when checking with congress, has power to decide laws unconstitutional. They also can only declare a bill unconstitutional if congress comes to them with the bill. ]
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User: Which of the following branches of the government oversees the court system? A. The Judicial Branch B. The Legislative Branch C. The Executive Branch D. The Branch Davidians

Weegy: The answer is A. The Judicial Branch Explanation: The Judicial Branch also known as supreme court, has the power to Decide actions unconstitutional,and interpret treaties when checking the president. [ and when checking with congress, has power to decide laws unconstitutional. They also can only declare a bill unconstitutional if congress comes to them with the bill. ]
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