The Sanders Firm, P.C., which is located in New York City, offers services in connection with substantive due process (SDP) and employment when a government actor is involved. Any public employee of the government must be afforded due process as it relates to both the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution. The Fifth Amendment states that no one may be “deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law” and the Fourteenth Amendment guarantees that all people will be treated equally under the law.
Thus, before the government can act against anyone to in some way deprive them of their employment or to punish them in relationship to their employment, the government must ensure SDP, which affirms our right to liberty. If a government actor in any way compromises our liberty as outlined by the United States Constitution, then they have violated our civil rights.