The Judicial Branch The Federal Court System The Federal Court System Articles of Confederation Major Weakness No Courts Each State had own courts and laws The Judicial Branch The Federal Court System ID: 709620 Download Presentation
Separation of Powers. . Distributes power equally among . three. branches of government. . Ensures no person or branch of government is too powerful. Legislative Branch. Created in Article I. Congress is the .
A quick set of notes. Structure of the U.S. Constitution . Article I – The Legislative Branch. Establishes the Legislative branch to make laws. Article II – The Executive Branch. Establishes an executive branch to carry out the laws that Congress passes.
Three Branches of Government. Legislative Branch. Writes laws. Approves treaties. Grants money. Declares war. Confirms presidential appointments. Article I. Click this document to access the primary source web page.
Open your binder. Review your study guide. No talking. Do Now - . Tuesday. Cite three things that failed under the Articles.. Essential Questions - . Tuesday. (Q1) Why did the Articles fail?. (Q2) What motivated the delegates to create a new government?.
Checks and Balances. Whose got the power???. Key Question. What are the two most important powers a government can have?. What are the two most important powers a government can have?. Power of the SWORD.
Everything You Need To Know About Separation Of Powers To Succeed In AP Gov. A Brief Intro. What is it?. Dividing (separating) government powers among different branches of government. What is the purpose of it?.
Jurisdiction . The authority to hear certain court cases. State. courts have jurisdiction over state laws. Federal. courts have jurisdiction over . U.S. laws. Treaties with foreign nations. Interpretations of the Constitution.
The Judicial Branch – The Federal Court System. The Federal Court System. Articles of Confederation. Major Weakness – No Courts. Each State had own courts and laws. The Judicial Branch – The Federal Court System.
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Article III – The Judicial Branch
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