time, place, or manner restriction

noun

Legal Definition of time, place, or manner restriction

: a restriction on the time, place, or manner of expression that is justified when it is neutral as to content and serves a significant government interest and leaves open ample alternative channels of communication an injunction excluding demonstrators from the front of the building was held to be a reasonable time, place, or manner restriction

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