Further, we urge you to contact your local legislators to both thank them for taking steps last year to keep the budget for the courts intact and to urge that this year they work to sustain the third co-equal branch of government --the judicial branch
Trust in the judicial branch
and trust in the executive branch also declined significantly this year but remain higher than trust in the legislative branch.
My colleagues and I are invested in institutional change within the judicial branch
to address the needs of the self-represented while at the same time seeking new ways to connect lawyers to the real-world problems of the disadvantaged.
The judicial branch
is there to protect the minority.
It limits the power of the President to control the Judicial Branch
Even without a fully approved Constitution, the EU already has an executive branch (EU Commission), legislative branch (Council of Ministers and EU Parliament), and a judicial branch
(the EU Court of Justice).
The newspaper reported that Pryor did not say that the executive branch could ignore the ruling of the judicial branch
, but he said there are ways the executive branch "does not have to implement rulings with which it disagrees.
Wetherbee was employed with the State of Maine Judicial Branch
He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, including its Criminal Section and Judicial Section, National Forensic Science Commission and Judicial Branch
Certification Board and a board member of the Texas Criminal Justice Integrity Unit.
The House and Senate appropriations subcommittees with oversight of the judicial branch
budget unveiled their fiscal year 2016-17 funding recommendations in late January.
In fact, with its undefined powers and lack of real leadership, the judicial branch
was largely viewed as the junior partner among the three branches.
If the people of New Hampshire have a fundamental fight to accountability and responsiveness from their government, it follows that they have a fight to live under the policy choices made by the elected branches, not those preferred by the judicial branch