Tending to violate; of or relating to violation.(adjective)
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Use "violative" in a sentence
"Alabama's law, which withholds a host of rights from illegal aliens, was overwhelmingly upheld by a federal district court as constitutional and not violative of any preemption right of the federal government."
"Thus, if the HCR insurance mandate is violative of the 1A federally, it would stand to reason that state car insurance mandates, through the 14th Amendment, would also be unconstitutional."
""A penalty with such negligible returns to the state (is) patently excessive and cruel and unusual punishment violative of the Eighth Amendment," he wrote."