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Due process was actually in the 39th clause of the Magna Carta which was issued in 1215. It was revised to use the words, 'due process', specifically in 1354. Due process was then carried over into the U.S. Constitution when it was created, and is listed in the 5th, and 14th Amendment, and correlates with the Bill of Rights in entirety. The Bill of Rights went into effect in 1789. The 14th amendment came about in 1868.

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