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The History and Importance of the Judiciary: Part 1

03/07/2015
Lecturer
Ken Cuccinelli
Course

Ken Cuccinelli shows how the judicial branch of government was originally conceived as a passive institution designed to resolve disputes. For this reason, people tend to focus on the more active executive and legislative branches. But as the judiciary has become more activist, we need to take a greater interest in how the third branch of government works.

Ken Cuccinelli is the current President of the Senate Conservatives Fund, a grassroots organization dedicated to electing conservative leaders to the U.S. Senate. He was the Virginia Attorney General from 2010-2014, and was best known for his efforts to preserve liberty and defend the U.S. Constitution. Prior to that, he served as a member of the Virginia State Senate, where his experience as a small business owner and attorney uniquely prepared him to serve on the Courts of Justice Committee, Transportation Committee, Local Government Committee, Rehabilitation and Social Services Committee, and the Agriculture, Conservation, and Natural Resources Committee.

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