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To understand what judicial independence is, it is necessary to analyze its roots. This article examines the formation of the doctrine of judicial independence, based on the efforts to ensure judicial independence in the United States, reforms to ensure judicial independence in Uzbekistan and a comparative analysis of trends in judicial independence in Uzbekistan and the United States. The article argues that the doctrine of judicial independence is based on the doctrine of the separation ofdoi:10.24412/2181-919x-2020-1-40-52 fatcat:db73zyeunvfbhoeoguey5xnomq