Do you think the Court should have sole authority over practice of law or should the other branches play a role?

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  • Anonymous
    1 week ago

    Amy,  your questions are troubling.  Perhaps if you sat closer to the teacher ... the Courts most definitely do NOT have authority over the practice of law.  Where are you?  Obviously not the USA ... but where?

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    The court isn't the authority over the practice of law, the Bar Association(s) are, whom determine who is licensed to practice and who is not.  I think you are confusing how the court interprets the law that is written and passed by the other branches of government.  But yes, I think the court should have that power.  If the Court interprets it incorrectly the other branches of government can rewrite the law, or pass a new law, that prevents the courts from repeating their error. The other branches of government also have the power to impeach a Supreme Court Judge too.

     

  • xyzzy
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Which court? The Federal courts, state courts, municipal courts, traffic courts, juvenile courts, probate courts?   Pick one.

  • 1 month ago

    ...you mean like legislatures, which write laws; like citizens and professional organizations, which suggest changes to laws; like governors, mayors and executive branch agencies who enforce laws, rules, and regulatutions? Is that who you mean? Hunh?

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  • 1 month ago

    The court is who interprets law.  Legislature makes law.

  • joedlh
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Which "Court" are you talking about? If you brushed up on the organization of the government, you would find that Congress passes laws and the President signs or vetoes them. This process has something to do with the practice of law, don't you think?

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