The Fourteenth Amendment requirements of procedural due process apply only to the deprivation of interests encompassed by the Fourteenth Amendment's protection of liberty and property. Historically, the Court has applied due process recognition to one's "life, liberty, or property" as determined by reference to common understanding, as embodied in the development of the common law, civil and criminal law. Fair and Equal protection under the law. Julia Davis explores legal protections surrendered as a government employee.
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