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Locke v. Rose
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Locke v. Rose

A statute is void for vagueness if it fails to specify the conduct punishable thereunder such that the defendant lacks fair warning that his conduct violates the statute. Habeas corpus; per curiam; opinion; vagueness doctrine; void for vagueness.
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