What process is due from substantive due process
jr167163e at mail1.umt.edu
Tue Oct 4 08:40:29 PDT 2005
It is worthwhile to note that when John Lilburn asserted his right to be told of the accusation against him, his right to confront his accusers, and his right to refuse to answer questions of the court, he based them, in large part, on the law of the land. From this historical standpoint, Bernstein is right.
Prof. Jeffrey T. Renz
School of Law
The University of Montana
Missoula, Montana 59812
jeff.renz at umontana.edu
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