By Ashe Schow
Due process is one of the most basic and fundamental human rights in our society. The ability to defend yourself from accusations, to present evidence in your defense, to question the evidence against you, and being considered innocent before proven guilty are all hallmarks of the legal system.
For the past decade, however, those constitutional rights have been under attack, and those attacks have now resulted in someone being fired simply for suggesting someone else be entitled to due process before decisions about them be made.
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