Article iii section 1 the judicial power of the united states shall be vested in one supreme court and in such inferior courts as the congress may from time to time ordain and establish the judges both of the supreme and inferior courts shall hold their offices during good behaviour and shall at stated times receive for their services . The constitution also grants congress the power to establish courts inferior to the supreme court and to that end congress has established the united states district courts which try most . Article three of the united states constitution establishes the judicial branch of the federal governmentunder article three the judicial branch consists of the supreme court of the united states as well as lower courts created by congressarticle three empowers the courts to handle cases or controversies arising under federal law as well as other enumerated areas. The judicial power and the power of judicial review by richard w garnett the constitution is clear about who has the judicial power of the united states the federal courts do not the president not the congress and not the states full text. In the united states judicial review is the ability of a court to examine and decide if a statute treaty or administrative regulation contradicts or violates the provisions of existing law a state constitution or ultimately the united states constitutionwhile the us constitution does not explicitly define a power of judicial review the authority for judicial review in the united states
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