Grace Kpaan Vs. The House: Basic Tenets of Due Process Ignored

      By: Darius Dillon “Due Process of Law” is the “law that hears before it renders judgment”. There are certain basic requirements that constitute “due process”. There must be a complainant and a defendant, and the defendant must be acquainted with whatever complaint/charge against him or her. The defendant must be told his or her rights to remain silent and accorded the right to a legal representation of choice. The defendant must also be accorded the right to produce evidence/witnesses to testify in his/her defense, amongst others. Absent…

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