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In what ways do Legislative and executive branches restrain the Judiciary?

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    The executive branch nominates judges, and the legislative branch approves or disapproves these nominees.

    Also -- the legislative branch can pass additional laws or even propose Constitutional Amendments to try to get around court decisions.

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    What power does thye Judiciary have to restrain other branches?

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    The Supreme Court can declare a law unconstitutional.

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