5th Amd: No person shall be [...] be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law [...]
Sorry to post again. I am not defending this judge in any way, just correcting some legal notions. What makes this even more eggregious is that the person HAD due process by the fact that it was decided in court, however cockeyed the decision. So now it must be corrected (hopefully) in the upper court(s). Should even that fail, the legislature can then pass a special law to correct it - extremely rare so big fat chance of that occurring.