What Probation Conditions Are Unconstitutionally Vague?

Notice and due process of law are terms that all attorneys are familiar with from law school, but in the context of probation conditions, they are often glossed over when a convicted person is afforded probation over prison (or jail).  If someone later is accused of violating a probation condition, such as being in the presence of gang members or at a restaurant (or bar) where alcohol may be the chief item of sale, is there any defense?  Click on the following article to read about the probationer’s rights to have knowledge of what violates probation.

http://www.greghillassociates.com/what-probation-conditions-are-unconstitutionally-vague.html.

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