Right of property United States -- See Also Economic liberties (U.S. Constitution) Here are entered works on constitutional provisions, such as the contract clause and the just compensation clause, which prohibit government interference with economic pursuits and interests.
Right of reply -- See Also Equal time rule (Broadcasting) Here are entered works dealing with the requirement that equal opportunities for broadcasting be afforded to all legally qualified candidates for public office if any one such candidate is permitted to broadcast. Works dealing with the requirement that broadcasters presenting one side of a controversial issue of public importance must afford reasonable opportunity for the presentation of contrasting views are entered under Fairness doctrine (Broadcasting).
Right to a fair trial -- See Fair trial Here are entered works on legal hearings before an impartial and disinterested tribunal carried out in an atmosphere devoid of prejudice. Works on the regular administration of the law, according to which no citizen may be denied his or her legal rights and all laws must conform to fundamental, accepted legal principles are entered under Due process of law.