- Dec 29, 2004
- Basic Beliefs
- Dogs rule
There is a difference between fairness and due process. Due process is for the judicial system or should be. Colleges and universities are not courts of laws and should be under the same constraints as a court. We recognize that principle in employment law. Employees do not necessarily have due process rights in employment - they can be fired for theft without proof. That is just as damaging (probably more so) than being expelled from college or a school.So they should be able to expel students capriciously? Due process is important in these quasi-judicial settings as well.I support due process which is for the judicial system. Institutions of higher learning are not part of the judicial system.
With responses like yours, it certainly seems like it sometimes.Are you talking to yourself?