The Judiciary Branch consists of seven Justices, including the Chief Justice and Associate Chief Justice.
The Judiciary’s job is to ensure the SGA’s actions fall in line with the Bylaws. To do this, the Judiciary has the power to:
- review actions and legislation passed by officers of the SGA
- order any agent of the SGA to perform a task
- order any agent of the SGA to cease a practice that is found to be in violation of the SGA Constitution and Bylaws (an injunction)
When a case is brought before the Judiciary, the Justices consult the Bylaws, preside over Hearings, and summarize their findings. This process is called a Judicial Review.