American National Government
posted by B.B. on .
Why is the judicial branch a non-parisan body?
I know that the judicial branch has independent power but that is really all that I know.
Could someone please help me?
The purpose of the judicial branch is to make fair decisions based on the U.S. Constitution. Party politics has no place in interpreting the law, especially the Constitution.
So then besides the judicial branch having independent power the party politics has no place in interpreting the law when it comes to the Constitution. Therefore this is why the judicial branch is a non-partisan body.
Is this correct?