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The right to due process

Author: Kimberly Troisi-Paton
Publisher: Detroit [Mich.] : Greenhaven Press, ©2005.
Series: Bill of Rights (San Diego, Calif.)
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The right to due process is one of the most important constitutional protections provided to Americans. This book explores all aspects of this special guarantee, from its origins in England's Magna Carta to its meaning in the context of today's most controversial civil and criminal issues.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kimberly Troisi-Paton
ISBN: 0737719419 9780737719413
OCLC Number: 57557484
Description: 138 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: ch. 1. The history of the right to due process --
1. The origins and evolution of due process / John V. Orth --
2. A colonial law guaranteeing due process / General Assembly of Maryland --
ch. 2. Due process and the rights of accused criminals --
1. Protection against double jeopardy is not a fundamental right / Benjamin N. Cardozo --
2. The court expands the right to counsel / Anthony Lewis --
3. The court establishes the Miranada Rights / Earl Warren --
4. Due process protects the rights of juveniles / Abe Fortas --
ch. 3. Due process and civil liberties --
1. Due process protects the liberty of contract / Rufus Peckham --
2. Due process prohibits racial segregation in schools / Earl Warren --
3. The court infers a right to privacy in the fourteenth amendment / Jerry Goldman --
4. Due process guarantees fair procedures, not substantive rights / John Hart Ely --
5. Due process prohibits government control of personal relationships / Anthony Kennedy --
ch. 4. Current issues and perspectives --
1. "Enemy combatants" are entitled to due process protection / Sandra Day O'Connor --
2. Ensuring due process for detained terror suspects / Thomas F. Powers --
3. Even a tyrant is entitled to due process / Robert Scheer.
Series Title: Bill of Rights (San Diego, Calif.)
Responsibility: edited by Kimberly Troisi-Paton.

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The right to due process is one of the most important constitutional protections provided to Americans. This book explores all aspects of this special guarantee, from its origins in England's Magna Carta to its meaning in the context of today's most controversial civil and criminal issues.

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