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Third Grade (Grade 3) Judicial Branch Questions

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Grade 3 Judicial Branch
The Judicial Branch consists of 9 judges that make up the
  1. Supreme Court
  2. basketball team
  3. Congress
Grade 3 Judicial Branch
The branch of government that decides if laws are fair.
  1. Legislative
  2. Executive
  3. Judicial
Grade 3 Judicial Branch
Who leads the judicial branch?                    The Supreme Court                    
Grade 3 Judicial Branch
The                   branch explains what the laws mean.
  1. Legislative Branch
  2. Executive Branch
  3. Judicial Branch
Grade 3 Judicial Branch
The people who work for the judicial branch and explains the law are called          judges         .
Grade 3 Judicial Branch
What is the job of the judicial branch?
  1. this branch can get rid of or veto laws
  2. this branch decides what laws mean and if they obey the constitution
  3. this branch makes the laws
Grade 3 Judicial Branch
Which branch of government makes sure the laws are fair and decides if a law has been broken?
  1. Legislative
  2. Judicial
  3. Executive
Grade 3 Judicial Branch
What are the responsibilities of the Judicial branch? (Choose all that apply)
  1. Decide how to punish people who do not obey the laws
  2. Settle arguments among citizens
  3. Decide what a law means
  4. Decide if a law is constitutional
  5. Make laws of the country, state, etc.
Grade 3 Judicial Branch
The Judicial branch decides if the laws agree with the Constitution.
  1. True
  2. False
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