void for vagueness
- A law or rule that is so unclear or ambiguous that a typical person cannot determine what it means or how to apply it, making it unconstitutional particularly in criminal cases
- Due to being void for vagueness, the controversial law was finally struck down.
- Their legal argument was that the ordinance was void for vagueness and couldn't be enforced properly.
- The petitioners challenged the statute, claiming it was void for vagueness and violated their rights.