CHILLING EFFECT

CHILLING EFFECT

chilling effect.

1. Constitutional law. The result of a law or practice that seriously discourages the exercise of a constitutional right, such as the right to appeal or the right of free speech.

2. Broadly, the result when any practice is discouraged. ¡ª Also termed chilling bidding; chilling the bidding.


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