This is done on the grounds of executive privileges and in need of confidentiality in the cases that would lead to an executive’s decision, for example, the president (Carp, Stidham, & Manning, 2014). The IPP Digital, (2008) article on implementation and impact of judicial policies; thus, explains that the officers with higher ranks take advantage of their positions to prevent justice that could lead to the conviction of innocent parties. This is because if the officers have been involved in criminal offences, any evidence connecting to them could jeopardize their careers and lead to their downfall too.
Every Supreme Court has the right to give instructions to the higher executives to release any information that would be useful to the court to deal with a criminal offence. There are guidelines which have been adopted in supreme courts that help in obtaining evidences (IPP Digital, (2008).
Teamwork and collaboration are critical in every courtroom since it brings about cooperation with the lawyers, accused and the judges (Carp, Stidham, & Manning, 2014). With this in place the judges will be able to make the right decisions when a verdict has been given
This is important to all parties involved from the Supreme Court to the executives. When an officer has this in mind, everyone works towards achieving their goals since low performances could lead to penalties or even complete loss of jobs.
IIP Digital (2008). Implementation and Impact of Judicial Policies. US Department of State’ Retrieved on December 3, 2014 from: