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A U.S. Court of Appeals held part of the U.S.A. PATRIOT Act to be unconstitutional, stating its vagueness with relation…

A U.S. Court of Appeals held part of the U.S.A. PATRIOT Act to be unconstitutional, stating its vagueness with relation to matters involving aiding terrorism as rationale. The 9th Circuit panel wrote that the law did not survive a vagueness challenge, which would require it to put "a person of ordinary intelligence on notice that his or contemplated conduct is unlawful."