Our Bipartisan Due Process Clause

53 Pages Posted: 8 Oct 2018 Last revised: 25 Oct 2018

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Christopher R. Green

University of Mississippi - School of Law

Date Written: September 14, 2018

Abstract

What it meant to “deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law” was very well-known to the men who proposed the Fourteenth Amendment: to take away life, liberty, or property without traditional judicial proceedings, except where public safety required it. Congressmen made this very clear, and at great length — but in 1862, rather than 1866.

Suggested Citation

Green, Christopher R., Our Bipartisan Due Process Clause (September 14, 2018). George Mason Law Review, Forthcoming. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3249845

Christopher R. Green (Contact Author)

University of Mississippi - School of Law ( email )

Lamar Law Center
P.O. Box 1848
University, MS 38677
United States

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