1. A notice of the hearing / claim against you. (Proof of notice / service.)
2. Meaningful hearing, opportunity to be heard and gather and present your evidence.
3. Clear statement of the claim, charges.
4. Ledger accounting of the damages.
5. Open to all, public hearing.
6. Record of the proceedings.
7. Record of final judgment, orders.
There is “no doubt” that the Due Process Clause requires at a minimum that adjudications affecting an individual’s life, liberty, or property, be preceded by (1) notice “reasonably calculated, under all the circumstances,” to inform the aggrieved party of the pendency and nature of the proceedings against him; and (2) a meaningful hearing “appropriate to the nature of the case.” Armstrong v. Manzo, 380 U.S. 545, 550 (1965), quoting Mullane v. Central Bank & Trust Co., 339 U.S. 306, 313 (1950).