Judiciary Essay Topics

The Role of Judiciary in the Political Process

All democracies comprise of three main organs of governance namely the executive, legislative and the judiciary. The political processes of any democracy are operant through the executive and the legislature with the judiciary playing the role of a referee. The constitution of America very clearly defines the role of the Political executive – the President,… View Article

Total Freedom

We are ruled under a government, a government that can be fair on something and harsh on others. What if we did not have a government anymore? What if we were free to do what we want?According to Dictionary.com, government is the form or system of rule by which a state, community, etc., is governed…. View Article

Checks And Balances

When the Framers of the Constitution set out to create a government, they made sure that one of the fundamental principles underlining the government would be the separation of powers. This separation of powers outlines the numerous powers and functions of the government by dividing them into separate independent levels and branches of the federal… View Article

Dbq – Crime and Punishment

Law is good. Man, in his needs, has different motivations for law in society. His secular needs require striving for justice, social stability, and punishment. However, in the area of religious influence, law should promote morality so that believers can get close to God or be separated and condemned by God. As man and society… View Article

Pdf Silence! the Court Is in Session – Vijay Tendulkar

Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, JNTUACEP,YSR Kadapa (Dist),Andhra Pradesh, India ABSTRACT A criticism against Indian Judicial system that ‘the failure of modern legal theory and practice lies in its understanding of what it is to be a human being’ can be undoubtedly attributed to the themes of Vijay Tendulkar’s play Silence! The Court Is… View Article

Abolishing the Pork Barrel

On its face, the pork barrel system appears to be a democratic way of apportioning government resources. Inherited from the United States, this scheme is supposed to allocate funds equally to every congressional district to be used for the residents’ most urgent needs. And who know the needs of these congressional communities better than the… View Article

The Separation of Powers

Introduction Davenport S. & Parker D.’s statement (as above) explores the concept of the ‘separation of powers’ doctrine and how this is embedded within the ‘Commonwealth Constitution’. It also states that Australia is a ‘constitutional democracy’. To address the meaning of this statement it is important to separate the statement into individual questions. What is… View Article

Conflict Between Legislature and Judiciary

The Legislature and the Judiciary: Conflicts The article “The Courts and the legislature in India” by Phiroze K. Irani talks about the conflict between the Judiciary and the Legislature, the two of the three pillars of India. The problem between the two bodies dates back to the commencement of the constitution, within one and a… View Article