Judiciary (noun)

  1. The system of courts of justice in a country or region.
  2. The judges who constitute the court system, especially when considered as a group or institution.

Origin:

From old french judiciarie, from latin iudiciarius, from iudicium 'judgment, court of justice'.

Examples:

  1. The judiciary is an independent branch of government responsible for interpreting the law.
  2. The judiciary is responsible for ensuring equal justice under the law.
  3. The judiciary plays a crucial role in maintaining the rule of law and protecting individual rights.
  4. The judiciary is often referred to as the guardian of the constitution.
  5. The appointment of new judges to the judiciary is a highly political process.
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