time-place-or-manner restriction. Constitutional law. A government’s limitation on when, where, or how a public speech or assembly may occur, but not on the content of that speech or assembly. ? As long as such restrictions are narrowly tailored to achieve a legitimate governmental interest, they do not violate the First Amendment. ¡ª Also written time, place, or manner restriction. ¡ª Also termed time-place-and-manner restriction. See PUBLIC FORUM.
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