Denying due process, Shattuck has authority for 1 thing in Watt case: Dismissal

print With loss of due process in a case, a judge loses his powers. If a judge does not respect the due process clause of the national and state constitutions, he becomes impotent to further handle a matter before him. In a criminal case, if he shows a bias in favor of the state, the defendant is right to move for a dismissal of all charges because the court’s actions and orders are not just voidable, but void. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio In Chattanooga, the Diana Watt case is an example of the sort of powerlessness that judges … Continue reading Denying due process, Shattuck has authority for 1 thing in Watt case: Dismissal