It has been said that the laws are no more and no less than what the courts will enforce. The Supreme Court has often avoided deciding a case on any ground that touches constitutional issues. Though vested with the power to interpret the law and the U.S. Constitution, the federal courts confront issues of national security under significant procedural restraints. Some of these are described in the Constitution itself, while others have developed out of political and administrative necessity.... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia, 2020. 5p.