Criminal Procedure and the Constitution

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How did the expansion of the Bill of Rights change due process?

Apr 15th, 2015

The expansion of the Bill of Rights changed due process into substantive due process, including broad protection to property rights. The Bill of Rights serves as an essential protection for individuals from the undue oppressions of the government. Originally, the Bill of Rights only applied to the federal government, not state governments. But it was gradually incorporated to state government through the process of incorporation. This “incorporation” is used to legally allow the gradual application of the Bill of Rights to protect everyone from the federal as well as the state government.



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