Law set forth in the Constitution of the United States and the state constitutions.
The area of law focused on the interpretation, violation, and enforcement of a state constitution or the federal Constitution.
An area of law that deals with the constitution and constitutional amendments, as well as the court cases that have interpreted them.
Law that finds its basis in the Constitution. More particularly, "constitutional law" is the sum of the interpretations of constitutional questions rendered by the Supreme Court and subsidiary courts in their written and published decisions.
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Constitutional law is the study of foundational or basic laws of nation states and other political organisations. Constitutions are the framework for government and may limit or define the authority and procedure of political bodies to execute new laws and regulations.