The judicial branch is one of the three branches of the federal government which includes the legislature, executive branch and the judicial branch. Federal law is created by the legislative branch and signed into law by the United States president, but the judicial branch or federal courts review cases and federal laws to determine if they are constitutional. The Department of Justice prosecutes federal crimes and represents the government in civil cases in Federal Court.
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