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In such an inspiring country as America, things are never as they seem. In 1791, when the first amendment came out the citizens at the time were thrilled to have the freedom of religion and the freedom of speech. As time went by, law enforced the separation of church and state act, which made it so no religion could directly effect the governments decisions. Gradually, leading our government away from the morals and beliefs of our founding fathers. Now, over 200 years later our government has changed and adapted so much, it’s hard to believe where we came from. According to our three branches of government, the legislators make the law, the judiciaries interpret the law, and the executives enforce the law. However, what if one branch of government became corrupt? Would we as citizens be able to live with the governments decision? My objective is to explain to you who the lead judiciaries are, their standards, and their view on us as citizens.
To begin with, the supreme court is made up of nine justices. When a justice is appointed they have to win the approval of the president an…
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