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Judicial Independence

The judicial system is only effective when it is fair and impartial. Judicial independence is a critical part of ensuring that the rule of law operates to protect the civil, political, economic, and social rights of all citizens. By design, our judiciary is not controlled by the other branches, ensuring that we have judges who are free to decide cases based only on the evidence, and the law.

To learn more about judicial independence and why it matters, watch the following video.