How does Judicial Review Work?


Generally speaking, judicial review works when a judge looks for a previous case in order to determine the outcome of a current case at hand. If there was no previous case, or if the outcome of that case was not relevant, then the judge makes a new decision or law.
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Judicial review works by allowing a court to decide whether or not a law is constitutional. If they decide the law is not constitutional, the law is automatically null and void.
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