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“The relationship between Judicial and the court is complementary. According to Warren (2020), judicial review does extend awesome power to the courts, allowing them to declare legislative and administrative actions unlawful or unconstitutional, thereby making those acts null and void (p. 256). As for judicial review, in the context of administrative law, it can be defined accurately as the legitimate sphere of judicial scrutiny of agency actions that the courts employ to consider the propriety of agency behavior (Warren, 2020, p. 256). Courts have greater discretion, so judges often use their powers to their goals. However, court’s position and the procedures it needs to go through to exercise its power give it both advantages and disadvantages. The court’s greatest strength is in their power to strike down acts by governmental officials, but the court’s greatest weakness is that they are completely dependent on the other governmental branches to enforce their decisions (Warren, 2020, p. 257).
The role the courts have played in the United States has changed significantly since 1789. In traditional model, the judiciary should stay as removed as possible from stepping on administrators’ toes by hearing cases pertaining to substantive administrative policy questions. In modern model, the number of cases handled by the courts has increased, and Americans are more inclined to seek help from the courts. Therefore, the courts also have more responsibilities and access to a wide variety of cases. However, courts generally refused to decide cases that they believed were best left to agency discretion (Warren, 2020, p. 262). In recent decades the court, although the pace has slowed, have been trying to follow the torrid developmental pace set by the administrative agencies.”