Individuals who unjustly defame others might soon find themselves muzzled by the courts.
A majority of the California Supreme Court indicated during oral arguments Monday that injunctions aimed at blocking speech found defamatory by a judge wouldn’t violate the United States or California constitutions’ free speech guarantees — if narrowly drawn.
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