due process of law


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n due process of law (law) the administration of justice according to established rules and principles; based on the principle that a person cannot be deprived of life or liberty or property without appropriate legal procedures and safeguards
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  • June L. Trapp
    June L. Trapp
    “The due process of law as we use it, I believe, rests squarely on the liberal idea of conflict and resolution.”


In literature:

THEY know they didn't get this property by due process of law.
"Danny's Own Story" by Don Marquis
It does not in terms take the property of the employer without due process of law.
"The Making of Arguments" by J. H. Gardiner
Water holes were seized and fenced, with or without due process of law.
"Mavericks" by William MacLeod Raine
Yet the stills were universally agreed to be property, and were not taken by due process of law.
"Continental Monthly - Volume 1 - Issue 3" by Various
He's English, and his mind seems to run naturally to due process of law.
"Murder in the Gunroom" by Henry Beam Piper
The second is the concept of due process of law, which precludes the transfer of regulatory functions to private persons.
"The Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation"
That the proceedings should appear legal, the foreclosures were by due process of law.
"Sergeant York And His People" by Sam Cowan
But unhappily it is not the first instance where revenge has been taken on the innocent by due process of law.
"The Arena" by Various
If anyone is killed it will be done legally and in due process of enforcing the law.
"David Lannarck, Midget" by George S. Harney
Our charter is a royal grant, and cannot be superseded except for cause by due process of law.
"The Tree That Saved Connecticut" by Henry Fisk Carlton
Loyal sufferers should not secure restitution except by due process of law.
"Virginia under the Stuarts 1607-1688" by Thomas J. Wertenbaker
They had only a mock trial, without due process of law, with no judge, no jury, no judicial officer.
"The Trial of Theodore Parker" by Theodore Parker
That night ten more were taken from the shingle weaver's picket line and sent out of town without due process of law.
"The Everett massacre" by Walker C. Smith
What is due process of law?
"Contemporary American History, 1877-1913" by Charles A. Beard
As a substantive, "escape," in law, is the regaining of liberty by one in custody contrary to due process of law.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 7" by Various
The aim of the amendment was to substitute due process of law in place of legislative forfeiture.
"The Life of Lyman Trumbull" by Horace White
Public property should not be taken for Democratic use without due process of law.
"The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 8 (of 12) Dresden Edition--Interviews" by Robert G. Ingersoll
Having assumed her name of Boylston, he obtained the estate by due process of law, as previously stated.
"The Loyalists of Massachusetts" by James H. Stark
Expropriation may be proceeded with only for the benefit of the community and by due process of law.
"And the Kaiser abdicates" by S. Miles Bouton

In news:

A blind "barefoot lawyer" has infuriated half the officials in Shandong Province with a case that highlights many of China's unfinished civil reforms: humane treatment, due process, and rule of law.
The Republicans won the battle for control of Reconstruction and passed the 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution, seeking to guarantee blacks the right to due process of law and the vote.
Comment on Due Process and Rule of Law .
This is another federal violation of "due process" and an attack on our formerly orderly " rule of law ", as the agency has constructed an imaginary project so that it might study the potential impact of an imaginary mine surrogate.

In science:

Since ˆX ω (n) = Pn−1 j=0 f (ωj , ωj+1), due to (2.2) and the stationarity of the process ωn we know that EQ [ ˆE ω ( ˆX ω (n)2 )] < ∞, where ˆE ω denotes the expectation with respect to the law of ˆX ω .
Diffusivity in one-dimensional generalized Mott variable-range hopping models
It turns out that, due to the long range interaction, only a law of large numbers for additive functionals of the environment process is needed.
Non-equilibrium scaling limit for a tagged particle in the simple exclusion process with long jumps
Due to the doubly stochastic nature of our processes, convergence can be considered in various modes, that is under various laws.
Convergence of clock processes in random environments and ageing in the p-spin SK model
Due to the Markov property and the continuity in θ of the law of the McKean-Vlasov process, the behaviour of the components on time scales N t+ u and N 2 t+ u with u ∈ R is immediate once we have the tightness of Y (N ) and Z (N ) on these scales.
Renormalisation of hierarchically interacting Cannings processes
Podobnik et al. show that due to the correlations in the variance the process generates power-law tails in the distribution of returns whose exponents can be controlled through the way the correlations in the variance are introduced.
Scaling and Multi-scaling in Financial Markets
It is not settled yet whether the emergence of power law fluctuations and volatility clustering observed in financial data is due to external factors, like the arrival of new information, or to the inherent interaction among market players and the trading process itself.
Scaling and Multi-scaling in Financial Markets
Due to the conservation law of momentum, mass-current density may be conserved in the process of scattering in perfect fluid, which is analogous to the superconductivity of superconducting electrons in superconductors cooled below Tc .
Dynamics of Gravitomagnetic Charge
It’s usually considered that a cryptosystem has a lifetime of at most 10 years due to the increase in computer processing power (Moore’s law).
Hardware Engines for Bus Encryption: A Survey of Existing Techniques
The considerations here illustrate quite specifically that the origins of the noise observed experimentally need not be due to the operation of a random process (random in the sense that there is no underlying physical law allowing one to predict exactly the future of the process based on the past).
Deterministic Brownian Motion: The Effects of Perturbing a Dynamical System by a Chaotic Semi-Dynamical System