Separation of powers is one of the most important principles in American government. Why is it important to have a neutral and nonbiased Supreme Court? 
Is it possible to have such a thing as a neutral and unbiased court? Explain your position.
Do we currently have such a Supreme Court? If we do offer an example, if not offer an example and explanation of how that is not an unbiased Court?

PLEASE EXPLAIN WHETHER YOU AGREE WITH MY CLASSMATE RESPONSE TO THE ABOVE QUESTION AND WHY? (A MININUM OF 125 WORDS) 

                                                                CLASSMATE’S POST
It is important to have a neutral and no bias Supreme Court, because of the chain of command. The Supreme Court is the last resort for fair decision in an appeal, if the judges are biased it’s no point in even moving forward or fighting for your rights of your rights being violated. The Supreme Court is for unconstitutional issue how can an appeal move forward if they are not biased. There are nine judges on the panel that would even it out if there in fact are some their vote may not count. 
I do believe there are bias courts. Reason for that is because, the constitution is interpreted differently. It is true that some are not bias but because of interpretation again it could be viewed as being bias and it actually is not. The courts have provided they are bias in so many different cases that with the evolution of technology, we can now see the bias courts from arrest to court system. From the political eye, if majority judges are of the same political party there would seem to be a bias from the opposing party of judges due to their views being different.

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