Due Process of the Land




The recent Supreme Court ruling in Sessions v Dimaya has Constitution Thursday taking a look at the idea of “due process.” What does it mean? How did it come to be in the Constitution?

And how does the 5th Amendments protection of ‘life, liberty and property” combine with due process to determine that a law calling for the deportation of an illegal immigrant convicted of “violent felonies” is “unconstitutionally vague?”


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Posted on April 19, 2018, in 360 Show, 5th Amendment, Constitution, Due Process and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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