time, place, or manner restriction

Definition of "time, place, or manner restriction"
  1. It refers to limitations imposed on the act of expressing oneself. The limitations must be impartial toward the content conveyed, further a substantial governmental goal, and offer sufficient alternative methods for the information to be transmitted
How to use "time, place, or manner restriction" in a sentence
  1. The city enacted a time, place, or manner restriction to manage the rallies without infringing on people's freedom of speech.
  2. The regulation implemented qualifies as a time, place, or manner restriction, as it leaves scope for alternative means of communication.
  3. Legal professionals examined the new rule to ensure it meets the criteria of a time, place, or manner restriction.

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