Judicial power

Judicial power,

Definition of Judicial power:

  1. The constitutional authority vested in courts and judges to hear and decide justiciable cases, and to interpret, and enforce or void, statutes when disputes arise over their scope or constitutionality.

How to use Judicial power in a sentence?

  1. The judge exercised his judicial power by overruling a law that Congress had passed that he deemed to be grossly unconstitutional.
  2. You need to make sure to never do anything to mess with the judicial power or you may be in lots of trouble.
  3. I thought the judicial power was too strong and it had too much of a hold over the people in the world.

Meaning of Judicial power & Judicial power Definition