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Municipal – Constitutional – Noise Ordinance – Vagueness (access required)

A municipal noise ordinance that depends for enforcement on the subjective perceptions and sensibilities of the listener is unconstitutional because its language is impermissibly vague, the Virginia Supreme Court says. The ordinance before us prohibits any “unreasonably loud, disturbing and unnecessary noise,” noise of “such character, intensity and duration as to be detrimental to the life ...

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