Unconstitutional Definition

ŭnkŏn-stĭ-to͝oshə-nəl, -tyo͝o-
adjective
Not in accordance with or permitted by a constitution, specif. the U.S. Constitution; not constitutional.
Webster's New World
In conflict with the letter or intent of the United States Constitution. When a statute is found to be unconstitutional, all obligations arising from it are unlawful, and no person can be held accountable for having failed to live up to his or her obligations under that statute, nor is the statute enforceable.
Webster's New World Law
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