The Independence of the Judicial Branch Is Ensured by the?

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The judicial branch of the US government is one of three, which includes the congressional branch (House of Representatives, Senate) and the executive branch (the President). Its independence is ensured by the fact that, once nominated by the president and confirmed by congress, Supreme Court justices serve for life. The Supreme Court hears matters that involve constitutional law.
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