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- n. The branch of government which is concerned with the administration of justice through the interpretation of the law.
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- n. the branch of the United States government responsible for the administration of justice
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In the not remote possibility of conflict between the judicial and the executive powers, the Court of Cassation of Rome, which is the supreme organ of the judicial branch of government, has the deciding power.