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due process

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Law
due processˌdue ˈprocess noun [uncountable] American English law  SCLthe correct process that should be followed in law and is designed to protect someone’s legal rights
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due processAgain, equal protection and due process concerns are evident.An outrageous violation of due process required even more severe sanction.Some courts have held prior review procedures unconstitutional because they lacked either clear standards or due process safeguards.One rationale emphasises the connection between procedural due process and the substantive justice of the final outcome.If this transpires then the emergence of fairness really will have a substantial effect on the whole area of procedural due process.Much of the vagueness of the due process clause disappears when the specific prohibitions of the First become its standard.It speaks of liberty and prohibits the deprivation of liberty without the due process of law.
From Longman Business Dictionarydue processˌdue ˈprocess [uncountable]LAW the correct way to deal with a legal casea violation of the company’sright to due process process
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