Court prerogative

COURT PREROGATIVE. Vide Prerogative Court.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The present Court, however, decided in a six-to-three ruling that Congress had violated the constitutional doctrine of separation of powers by usurping a Court prerogative. In their dissents, Justices Sandra Day O'Connor, Stephen Breyer, and David Souter called for a review of the Smith ruling, holding that this was the decision that was out of order in the context of the history of religious liberty in the United States.
As Regards the intention of some NCA members to lodge an appeal with the Administrative Court (tribunal dealing with internal disputes in the civil service) about this draft, Ben Jfar said that it is none of this court prerogatives to interfere with the affairs of the legislative power.