Constitutional Law

The U.S. Constitution

What exactly does the U.S. Constitution do?

This most fundamental of all legal documents defines and limits the powers of the federal government. It also separates and defines the powers of this federal government into three branches of government—the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. The Constitution also establishes the baseline between the federal government and various state governments.


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