One of the most important constitutions in the world, the United States Constitution is widely regarded as one. Even though people judge the American Constitution on its current quality, it was created in a chaotic process. People wanted the American Constitution to protect individual rights. Due to the large number of Americans, this is a result. You can measure the strength of the American Constitution by how it handled the crises that occurred between 1788-1740. It was excellent at ensuring that an appropriate framework was created to deal with future civil and political rights.
While there are many crises within a society’s fabric, the rule of the law allows us to prioritise. In American history, there have been concerns about the rights of African Americans. There was still the issue of amending the Constitution. The appropriate government will examine these competing interests and decide which one has the greatest influence on the people. There were disputes between the federal government (Corbett and al. 23) over the administration of the judiciary in the 1780s. An amendment to a constitution has to be made in compliance with certain legal guidelines. While there are disputes between federal and subordinate courts, it would be incongruent to have actions or a constitution that addresses racism. If there is any division within the judiciary orders and sentencing will be determined on the basis of whether the authority must be shown by either the district court or the federal courts. The division of the nation’s judiciary system is prevented by hierarchy-related issues. It is the purpose of the judiciary to make sure justice prevails.
These problems about strength of judiciary were helped by constitutional activity during the late 1780s. A major accomplishment of the Constitution is the creation of an Attorney General’s Office and the grant to vast authority to The Supreme Court. This view suggests that many human rights and racism concerns would have not been dealt with if the United States had allowed the courts to be delegated in such a way that large sentences could be imposed by district judges. The fear is that with the Attorney General, all of America’s judicial systems will be represented centrally by one authority. The case may be unique because different district attorneys might make decisions that affect individual areas.