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Due Process 101



The "Due Process 101" Educational Program presents an advanced understanding of due process rights that is NOT offered as part of any curriculum, or course of study, in a vast majority of secondary educational institutions across the country.


Authorized Affiliates


Please feel free to contact one of our Independent Business Affiliates to discuss the publication of a DPA Condensed Report of a story of due process abuse that you have personally experienced and/or submit your Request for Initial Case Research, Review, and Recommendations. These preliminary services are provided at no cost or obligation on an expedited basis to U.S residents only.

Jeremy E. Martinez
Brenda Burris Simpkins
Lisa Messier-Ranberg


Lisa Messier-Ranberg
Independent Business Affiliate

Business Location: Sanbornton, NH

Background Information

Lisa is a life-long resident of New Hampshire with 25 years of experience as an administrative support coordinator in emergency medical care. Her interest in due process evolved from her personal experience with the New Hampshire court system in connection with guardianship proceedings and, most notably, a real estate proceeding in which a local judge denied her a fair proceeding and any semblance of due process. Lisa is also a NH Notary Public.

Due Process Abuse: Do you have a story to tell?

Most folks, and perhaps yourself, don't find out how critical their due process rights are until their rights are violated. As a result, one of the key services we provide is the publication of DPA Condensed Reports. There reports are published to expose and help stop the proliferation of "government-endorsed" actions and policies designed to remove due process rights from the common person to serve the political and private interests of "big business." Please take a moment to review these actual examples of due process abuse that have been submitted by our subscribers, clients, associates, and affiliates:

Instructions For Submitting A Story For Review

If you have a story that involves the denial of your due process rights that you would like to expose for the benefit of others, please provide the following preliminary information about your story. I'll review it, verify facts, and conduct some relevant research on the subject of your story in the context of due process abuse.

  1. Your complete name;

  2. Your current address;

  3. Your current phone number;

  4. A condensed recap of what happened, what rights were violated, and what damages you sustained. PLEASE limit your recap to one type-written page.

  5. Please feel free to attach a SINGLE PDF File of supporting documents not exceeding 20 pages in length.

After receipt, I will contact you within 3-4 days with details regarding our review (positive or negative) together with information about the publication process, costs, and time-frames for your review.

Hopefully, we'll be able to publish your story to help eliminate due process abuse as a way of making money in the American marketplace and help "level the playing field" with the specific type of due process abuse that is exemplified by your personal experience.

Due Process Advocacy, Education, and Consulting Services

DPA has a long, and well-established , track record that has saved folks hundreds of thousands of dollars. You can save yourself a lot of time, energy, effort, and money when dealing with any of the following situations if you take the time to FIRST find out how, and why your due process rights are so critical. Therefore, please don’t hesitate to contact me to inquire about any research, writing, case review, strategy, litigation support, referral, and education you need in connection with ANY pressing personal or business issue where you‘ve been caught “between a rock and a hard spot.”

This checklist identifies many circumstances where your due process rights can be the key to resolving an urgent matter:

  • You’ve received a collection letter asking you to pay a debt you don’t owe.
  • Your credit report has errors in it.
  • You’re working in a hostile work environment, but don’t want to quit.
  • Your employer is discriminating against you.
  • You paid a deposit for work a company refuses to do or finish.
  • Your bank is threatening foreclosure.
  • Your landlord is trying to evict you.
  • The car you bought is a “lemon.”
  • Your insurance company won’t settle a claim.
  • Your attorney wants much more money than you can afford.
  • The sheriff has served you papers that you don’t understand.
  • You’re thinking about getting divorced.
  • You co-signed a loan for someone and they are not paying the debt.
  • You need help in finding the right attorney.
  • You’ve been arrested or accused of a crime.
  • You can’t afford your child support payments.
  • You want to set up a trust.
  • You missed a court date.
  • You’ve paid for merchandise that you never got.
  • You’re thinking of filing for bankruptcy.
  • You’ve been in a car accident.
  • You want to modify your divorce decree.
  • Your attorney is not protecting your interests.
  • You’re having a major dispute with a business partner.
  • You want to start your own business.
  • You need a business summary or financing proposal prepared.
  • You need a demand letter written.
  • You want to file a formal complaint about a company.
  • You want to file a Freedom of Information Act request.
  • You‘ve been the victim of a costly fraud.
  • Your business needs financing.
  • You’re looking for a business partner.
  • You own a franchise and you’re having a dispute with the franchisor.
  • You’re interested in finding good real estate investments.
  • You need to catch up on tax debt and file back tax returns.
  • You need litigation support.
  • You don’t understand the local court rules or procedures.
  • You need help with electronic court filing.
  • You need to have an employee handbook prepared.
  • You need information about representing yourself in a court proceeding.

As you can imagine, these examples are just the tip of the iceberg. In all cases, the first step is to get the facts about your rights and take a look at your realistic alternatives If you can take five or ten minutes to send me an email that includes a very brief description of what you're looking for, I will make sure you receive an IMMEDIATE response to your inquiry (within a day or so) with some no-obligation suggestions about how you might proceed given the current circumstances and resources. More often than not, you'll find out that due process considerations will plasy a major role in obtaining the best resolution possible when your rights are violated or threatened.

PLEASE NOTE: Inquiries regarding available services and costs must be made via email only. Please be sure to include your name, state of residence, and a brief statement of your inquiry or request. There is no cost or obligation for our preliminary review and initial reply to your email (typically within 24 to 48 hours) to your request. All inquiries are held in strict confidence and all initial responses are made without obligation or cost. All materials and services provided by and through The Due Process Advocate and/or its agents and affiliates, are for informational purposes only. They are neither intended to be, nor may be construed as, legal advice or any other professional advice for which specific licensing is required in any jurisdiction under any circumstances

Thanks for visiting and I look forward to hearing from you!

Contact Information

Lisa Messier-Ranberg
609 Sanborn Road
Sanbornton, NH 03269
(603) 486-4679


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Due Process Denied


The proliferation of due process abuse in the American legal system is out of control! Read about these actual accounts and you be the judge:

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