due process of law

Definition of "due process of law"
  1. A basic fairness principle in all legal aspects, including courts, where all set legal procedures must be adhered to for everyone, avoiding any biased or unequal treatment
How to use "due process of law" in a sentence
  1. The defendant's lawyer argued that his client was not given due process of law.
  2. The suspension of the student without a proper hearing violated the due process of law.
  3. Under due process of law, every citizen has a right to fair trial and hearing.

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