Branches of Government When the Constitution of the United States of America was signed and ratified the people had a self sustaining government made up of three equal, but distinct, branches. The legislative branch, made up of a House of Representatives and Senate; The executive branch, which includes the President.
Although the Legislative branch of government can impeach and remove judges, new judges can be elected back on the Judicial branch of government. The new judges then would have the power, which is still in the Judicial branch of government, the power still lies in the Judicial branch of government. In the Constitution, Article 3 The Judiciary.