Joined: Jan. 2008
|Quote (Mr_Christopher @ Feb. 07 2008,13:42)|
|They’ve denied his due process rights throughout this entire appeal,” Luskin continued. |
Apparently Luskin is as confused about law as he is about science.
There are no "due process" provisions in the constitution regarding a tenure dispute at a university. The meeting of regents is not a court of law.
I used to think Luskin was a clever propagandist, lately I'm convinced he's just dumb.
I have a friend who has some legal training... In a non-USican sense.
"Due Process" could apply in the vernacular to the University's own rules. If the University had not followed its own rules, this could be the basis for a lawsuit on the basis "Due Process" was not followed.
I have no idea whether Luskin has used the correct terminology under Americanian Law, but I imagine that's what he's alluding to.
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