Do illegals have the right of due process?
Yes, because the due process right goes for all people. Illegals have the right to be tried and treated fairly by the government.
Due process requires that a person be treated with fairness under the law. It requires that the person be given notice in advance of a hearing, the right to counsel, the right to question and cross-examine witnesses, the right to refuse to incriminate oneself and the right to have the charges proven beyond a reasonable doubt. Due process requires a fair and impartial trial.
Knowing right from wrong is really very simple. Truth is based on facts. Tested and verifiable. A truth has no errors in the verification process. Saying, for example, that no illegals will be covered under a health bill would be able to be verified by statements in the bill stating it would not cover illegals. If they are absent, the person stating this would be lying.
Did the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment nationalized the protection of the Bill of Rights?
Due process involves the four chief protections and rights of the accused. First the accused has the right to representation and a trial by a jury. The accused has a right to confront and question their accuser and cross-examine witnesses. The accused also must be charged with a certain amount of time,. Other forms of due process involve the right to request an appeal and file court motions.