Legal Definition and Related Resources of Overbroad

Meaning of Overbroad

A statute is said to be overbroad when its language, given its normal meaning, is so broad that the sanctions prescribed by the statute apply to conduct which the state is not entitled to regulate . See Purcell v superior court in and for Maricopa county . 535 P.2d 1299, 111 Ariz. 582.

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