A154412

Two of the minor’s probation conditions included words or phrases that made the conditions unconstitutionally vague and overbroad. Specifically, the Court held that the term “sexually arousing materials” should be modified to “materials that are primarily intended to cause sexual arousal.” The Court further held that the prohibition of possession of material depicting nudity or containing “sexually explicit language” must be stricken because it is far broader than necessary or permissible.

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