Judiciary Act

Definition of "Judiciary Act"
  1. A legislative measure that established a framework for the federal judiciary, dividing the nation into distinct judicial districts and creating courts within each. It instigated the formation of the Office of Attorney General and introduced a provision for Supreme Court reviews of final rulings from any state's highest court regarding federal statutes and treaties or Constitutional provisions
How to use "Judiciary Act" in a sentence
  1. The Judiciary Act remains a cornerstone for the organization and oversight of our court system at federal level.
  2. Under the Judiciary Act, the Office of the Attorney General was established, playing a pivotal role in our legal system.
  3. The provision in the Judiciary Act for Supreme Court reviews of final state court rulings helps ensure national judicial consistency.

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