Presentation on theme: "Crime Under the Sea By Shikha Sanjiv and Cheryl Kim A Lesson on The Three Branches of Government!"— Presentation transcript:
Crime Under the Sea By Shikha Sanjiv and Cheryl Kim A Lesson on The Three Branches of Government!
Can I have a Krabby Patty, Mr. Krabs? That will be three squids. But I dont have any! Im sorry Plankton, but you cant have any then.
BANG!! DIE MR. KRABS! Im gonna take over your restaurant and the Krabby Patties will be mine!
NO! What have I done! My conscience will not let me rest, I MUST confess!
HELP! What do I do President Bush??!?!?!?! I just committed a TERRIBLE crime! I KILLED someone! Im sorry Plankton. The Executive Branch is not the right place to confess to a crime. I have the power to fire officials, make agreements with foreign nations, and take emergency actions to save the nation.
OH MY GOSH! My conscience is killing me! I must confess to a crime before I go insane! Please help me! You have come to the wrong place Plankton. This is the Legislative Branch, which has economic and defense powers. Congress is mainly in charge of making all laws necessary and proper to carry out powers expressed in Article I of the Constitution.
PLEASE OH PLEASE HELP ME! I have committed an AWFUL crime. Please listen to me and let me free my conscience. You have come to the right place, the Judicial Branch, which consists of a Federal Court and Supreme Court. Every court has the authority to hear only certain kinds of cases and this is determined by the subject matter of the case and the parties involved in it. Well have a case for you and you may have to spend some time in prison for your severe crime.
Wow! Although I have a to serve time, boy, does it feel great to have that burden off my chest!