Can treaty law supersede the Constitution? ?
- TeeknoLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
No. Nothing can supersede the Constitution. A treaty can supercede other laws, though.
- Joshua NLv 61 decade ago
No. The only way to ignore the constitution officially would be to declare martial law. The last time a national martial law was declared was in the 1860s. However, martial law has been declared in certain regions where natural disasters have occurred and they were afraid that crime would soar (e.g. martial law in NKY/Cincy during the 1997 flood, when they placed the National Guard as a police force. I was not in NKY/Cincy at the time.)