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  1. Broken Government: How Republican Rule Destroyed the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches by John W. Dean, 2007-09-11
  2. Students Guide to the US Supreme Court (Student's Guides to the U. S. Government)
  3. Democracy vs. Theocracy: The President and The SenateWill Decide YOUR FUTURE by JoAnn M. Macdonald, 2008-10-24
  4. "Guide to the US Supreme Court, 2-Volume Set" (Congressional Quarterly's Guide to the Us Supreme Court) by David G" "Savage, 2010-06-23
  5. US Army, Technical Manual, TM 5-6675-307-14, THEODOLITE, SURVEYING: DIRECTIONAL, 1-MINUT GRADUATION W/COMPASS AND EXTENSION LEG TRIPOD, (KEUFFEL AND ESSE ... manuals on dvd, military manuals on cd by U.S. Dept of Defense, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, 2010-08-10
  6. Judicial Branch: Shmoop Civics Guide by Shmoop, 2010-01-07
  7. The Criminal Just Us System by Rev. Harold E. Bailey, 2007-01-30
  8. United States Government Manual: America's Official Government Handbook - Agencies of the Legislative, Judicial, and Executive Branches by U.S. Government, 2010-09-29
  9. The Least Dangerous Branch?: Consequences of Judicial Activism by Stephen P. Powers, Stanley Rothman, 2002-11-30
  10. In Defense of Judicial Elections by Melinda Gann Hall, 2009-06-01
  11. Profiling the Islamic Civilization: A History of the Legislative, Judicial, & Executive Branches by Abd al-Wahhab Khallaf, 2001-09-30
  12. Judicial Tyranny: The New Kings of America? by Mark I. Sutherland, Ben DuPre, et all 2007-03-17
  13. The Role of the Supreme Court in American Politics: The Least Dangerous Branch? (Volume 0) by Richard Pacelle, 2000-07-31
  14. The Most Democratic Branch: How the Courts Serve America by Jeffrey Rosen, 2006-05-12

1. About The USA - U.S. Government > The Judicial Branch
US Government The Judicial Branch. The judicial branch is headed by the US SupremeCourt, which is the only court specifically created by the Constitution.
U.S. Government Introduction The Constitution The Executive Branch
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Elections ... The Pledge of Allegiance E-Texts Capital Punishment Backgrounder Common Legal Terms Criminal Justice in the United States (Electronic Journal) How U.S. Courts Work (Electronic Journal Legal Education in the U. S. (Electronic Journal Mediation and the Courts ( Electronic Journal Outline of U.S. Government: Interpreting ... Selected Supreme Court Decisions The judicial branch is headed by the U.S. Supreme Court, which is the only court specifically created by the Constitution. In addition, Congress has established 13 federal courts of appeals and 95 federal district courts. The president has the authority to appoint federal judges as vacancies occur, including justices of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court meets in Washington, D.C., and the other federal courts are located in cities throughout the United States.
The federal courts hear cases arising out of the Constitution, federal laws and treaties and maritime cases; cases involving foreign citizens or governments; and cases, in which the federal government is itself a party. With minor exceptions, cases come to the Supreme Court on appeal from lower courts. Most of these cases involve disputes over the interpretation and constitutionality of actions taken by the executive branch and of laws passed by Congress or the states.

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3. Maine Judicial Branch
Chief Justice's page, description of the court system in Maine, court fees, supreme court decisions, directory of courts, and legal links.
Search this site Opinions Search FAQ How Do I...? Find a Court/Driving Directions Site Map ... Child Support Guidelines (PDF) Featured Courthouse: Kennebec County The courthouse was designed in 1828 and completed in 1830. It became the first building in Maine with the temple front motif of the new Greek Revival style.
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"To administer justice by providing an accessible, efficient and impartial system of dispute resolution that serves the public interest, protects individual rights and instills respect for the law." NEW! Supreme Judicial Court Sets Oral Argument Schedule. Click Here for a Brief Summary of Upcoming Oral Argument Cases! Press Releases... More News... Comment on your experience in the Courts ... State of Maine Administrative Office of the Courts
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4. The Federal Judiciary
Explains how the us court system functions. Includes answers to frequently asked questions.Category Kids and Teens School Time Social Studies Law...... The purpose of this site is to function as a clearinghouse for informationfrom and about the judicial branch of the us Government.

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5. Connecticut Judicial Branch Home Page
Juror information, Connecticut court system, online calendar and assignment list lookup, crime victim services, court records, child support, and traffic violations.
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6. Focus On The Courts
Includes links to the Iowa Supreme Court and lower courts, plus IA state legal and judicial resources
April 9, 2003 Site Search
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Click Online Records Directories The mailing addresses and phone numbers of many offices in the Iowa Judicial Branch are located in this section. A listing of new hours for clerk of courts offices is now available. List of State Holidays Sign Up for Our New Email Notification Visitors to our site can now sign up for automatic Email notification for press releases and court opinions. Click here to sign up
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February 2003 Bar Exam Results Supreme Court files opinions (04-02-03) ... Final Report and Recommendations of the Iowa Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Judicial Branch Redistricting (December 16, 2002) This report has been submitted to the Supreme Court of Iowa for its consideration. The report has not been reviewed by the court nor has the court taken any action on it. Court Requests $10.4 Million Budget Increase

7. Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Libraries
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Law Library Webpage Committee: Jeff Dowd, Chairperson, Barbara Bradley, Ann Doherty, Jen Ensign, Claudia Jalowka, Michael Ross, Martha Sullivan, Lori Sulmasy, Maureen Well and Janet Zigadto.

8. Arkansas Judiciary
Directory of the court systems, resources and decisions of the judicial branch.
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9. Wyoming Judicial Branch
Information about the judicial branch of state government. As development continues this site will strive to offer Wyoming citizens, greater access to Courtrelated information.
Serving Wyoming Citizens with Truth, Honor, and Wisdom Board of Judicial Policy Minutes Wyoming Courts
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Monday, March 31, 2003 Highlights Court Initiatives Search this site Search for: The Courthouse Learn about Wyoming Courts ProSe Divorce Forms Packages State Law Library Database of Wyoming Cases
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10. Tour The US Judicial Branch - Tour The White House And Stay Informed With The US
Tour the us judicial branch. The judicial branch of government is third and final branch of government.
Tour the US Judicial Branch
The Judicial Branch of government is third and final branch of government. It's responsibility, through the United States' system of checks-and-balances, is to keep an eye on and to punish those who have committed federal crimes. Through the Federal Court's Home Page , you can view their hypertext document, Understanding the Federal Courts (PDF requires Adobe Acrobat Reader). This document will give you an overview of how the federal courts system works. It is divided into subjects which explain the Third Branch of Government, The Courts themselves, the Administration of the U.S. Courts, and a directory of the U.S. Courts of Appeals, U.S. District Courts, and a Glossary of Terms. Also through the Federal Court Home Page, you can read selected articles from the The Third Branch , the monthly newsletter of the federal courts.
The Federal Judicial Center is the federal courts' agency for research and continuing education. They offer publications regarding Guideline Sentencing, Voluntary Arbitration, Electronic Media Coverage of Federal Proceedings,a Manual for Complex Litigation, and more. You can also look up the telephone numbers of the employees.
One of the best sites for Judicial information is the The Legal Information Institue . Through the Cornell Law School's site, you can view

11. Understanding The Federal Courts
government by the us Constitution and second to judicial powers. The courts cannotexercise powers granted by the Constitution to the legislative branch or the
The Federal Judicial Branch
The position of the United States courts in the nation's system of government is not difficult to understand when that system is viewed as a whole. The government of the United States is a dual onefederal (national) and state. The federal government has three separate branches: the legislative branch (Congress), the executive branch (the President, administrative agencies, and military services), and the judicial branch (the courts). The powers of the U.S. courts are limited first to the powers granted to the federal government by the U.S. Constitution and second to judicial powers. The courts cannot exercise powers granted by the Constitution to the legislative branch or the executive branch of the federal government. The Constitution ensures the judicial branch's equality with and independence from the legislative and executive branches. Although federal judges are appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate and the funds for the operation of the courts are appropriated by Congress, the independence of the U.S. courts is provided for in three respects: o Under the Constitution, these courts can be called upon to exercise only judicial powers and to perform only judicial work.

12. Browse Library Of Congress Subject Guides To Internet Resources (Explore The Int
Library of Congress links to Executive Office of the President sites. Official us Executive branch Web Sites For more government sites, see also Legislative and judicial (or Government Resources in general).
This page is no longer being maintained. Please see the Guide to Law Online at Go to: Library of Congress
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13. Colorado State Judicial Branch - Judicial Independence
Explaining how courts are shielded from politics or any other force that could compromise its ability to make fair rulings.
Home About Our Courts Educational Resources / Judicial Independence
Judicial Independence
Advanced Search The principle of judicial independence is central to a functioning democracy. Essentially, this means that the courts are shielded from politics or any other force that could compromise its ability to make fair rulings. Judicial independence includes two elements: decisional independence and institutional independence. Some further sources of information on judicial independence include: Despite the general success of efforts to shield the courts, the American Judicature Society ( ) lists dangers which may threaten judicial independence. Some of these include:
  • Underfunding and workload Inappropriate threats of impeachment prompted by individual decisions Misleading criticism of individual decisions, which is compounded by the prohibition on judicial response

14. New Hampshire Judicial Branch
Information on the judicial duties, oral argument calendars, courthouse locations, court rules, law library services, bar exam FAQs, jury duty, student and teacher resources, and press releases.
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15. Government Branches: Judicial
The judicial branch hears cases that challenge or require interpretation of the legislationpassed by The Federal judicial Center The us Federal Courts.
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Policies in Focus National Security Homeland Security Economic Security More Issues ... Judicial
Judicial Branch The judicial branch hears cases that challenge or require interpretation of the legislation passed by Congress and signed by the President. It consists of the Supreme Court and the lower federal courts. Appointees to the federal bench serve for life or until they voluntarily resign or retire. The Supreme Court is the most visible of all the federal courts. The number of Justices is determined by Congress rather than the Constitution, and since 1869, the Court has been composed of one Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices. Justices are nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate. The United States Supreme Court The Federal Judicial Center The U.S. Federal Courts The United States Code ...
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16. Maine Judicial Branch: Contact Directory
Search this site. FAQ, How Do I ? Find a Court/Driving Directions, SiteMap, Contact us. judicial branch Contact Directory. Comments about this site?
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17. Colorado State Judicial Branch
The branch includes the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals by 256 justices and judgesin 22 judicial districts across For more information about us, see About Our
Welcome to the
Colorado State Judicial Branch
The Colorado Judicial Branch joins the Legislative and Executive branches to form the government for the State of Colorado. The Judicial Branch is charged with two responsibilities: resolving disputes and supervising offenders on probation. The Branch includes the Supreme Court Court of Appeals , and district and county courts, served by 256 justices and judges in 22 judicial districts across the state (excluding 17 Denver county court judges). Municipal courts are not part of the state system. There are also seven water courts , one in each of the major river basins. For more information about us, see " About Our Courts. " The stone column, at left, is one of two that flank the Colorado Supreme Court bench in the old Supreme Court chambers at the State Capitol. The rose onyx and white marble was brought in via wagon and train from Beulah and Marble, Colo., when the State Capitol was constructed in the early 1890s. The Supreme Court moved across the street from the State Capitol to its new chambers in 1977. Colorado Supreme Court
2 E. 14th Ave., Denver 80203

18. Colorado State Judicial Branch - Contact Us
Contact us. Advanced Search. If The State Court Administrator's Officeprovides administrative services to the judicial branch. The
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Advanced Search If you have any questions about this site or need assistance, please fill out the form below to send an email to our web team. The State Court Administrator's Office provides administrative services to the Judicial Branch. The SCAO does not interpret the law or provide legal advice. If you need legal help, look in the Yellow Pages of the phone book under "Attorney Referral Services," "Attorneys," or "Lawyers." Some public interest groups also offer legal guidance. In addition, many local bar associations sponsor programs that give free legal advice clinics.
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19. Maryland Judiciary Home Page
The judiciary branch of state government includes four levels of courts. The highest court is called Category Regional North America Government Courts and judicial...... Client Protection Fund Court Information Office judicial Disabilities Commission SiteIndex Opinions Search Jobs FAQs Contact us Privacy Last


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20. Judicial Job Openings
Employment opportunities in Connecticut's judicial system.
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer Please mail resume to:
Judicial Branch, Recruitment Unit, 75 Elm St., Hartford, CT 06106
Or fax resume to: (860) 722-1606
Email questions to: These are all the jobs available with the Judicial Branch at this time. Last update: Thursday, March 27, 2003 Intern/Volunteer Program Job Title Closing Date Job ID There are no job openings at this time. Attorneys Case Look-up Courts Directories ... Contact Us

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