judical review and what it means in a democracy
There is often a level of tension between judicial review and democracy.
Critics of the judicial system believe that the courts too often invade the
domain of legislative politics, deciding instead of reviewing.
Paradoxically, in some circumstances the constraints which courts represent
for legislatures may actually empower politicians. In particular, when
representatives have to deal with highly sensitive and divisive issues, such
as abortion, gun control, or crime problems, judicial review may prove to be
a useful instrument for conflict management. At its core, the purpose…
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