DQ - Due process prohibits the government from taking...

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Due process prohibits the government from taking action against an individual that would result in a loss of liberty, or his or her property without first offending the individual notice of pending action and the opportunity to be heard. The most single important thing to remember about procedural is that their cannot be a procedural due process problem unless the government is taking a person Liberty, Life, or Property. In other words, their is know general interest reason in having the government to behave with fare procedures. (Example) A city hires for a opening on their police force. The city can be as arbitrary and random as it wants, because as we'll see an applicant for a job has no liberty or property interest in containing the job. There fore the city doesn't have to give a hearing, a statement of reasons on why she didn't get the job, a systematic test of her credentials, or any other aspect of procedural fairness. Substantive due process refers to the citizen’s right to be protected from criminal laws that are
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course POLICING T 333 taught by Professor Crystaldickersonbynum during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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