A judicial proceeding, order, or injunction is said to be ex parte when it is taken or granted at the instance and for the benefit of one party only and without notice to or contestation by, any person adversely interested.
Far from violating the Constitution, the ex parte proceeding is a lasting illustration of the "elasticity" of due process. This specific type of hearing must no longer be awarded as an option in cases involving the fatality of a citizen, at the hands of an civil servant.
Black men are being executed on camera and they are not represented when their killers face the law. Resulting in an endless cycle of public outrage. Just as the WhiteHouse website requires we will gather 100,000 signatures in 30 days to take this silent option off the table.