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Homework answers / question archive / The city of Fairfield has the following local municipal ordinance: "All picketing, protesting, rallies, marches or other forms of assembly convened in a public place for the purpose of challenging or expressing disapproval of any branch of the City government may only be convened between the hours of 5pm to 7pm Monday thru Thursday

The city of Fairfield has the following local municipal ordinance: "All picketing, protesting, rallies, marches or other forms of assembly convened in a public place for the purpose of challenging or expressing disapproval of any branch of the City government may only be convened between the hours of 5pm to 7pm Monday thru Thursday

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The city of Fairfield has the following local municipal ordinance: "All picketing, protesting, rallies, marches or other forms of assembly convened in a public place for the purpose of challenging or expressing disapproval of any branch of the City government may only be convened between the hours of 5pm to 7pm Monday thru Thursday. No amplified sound may be used and vehicular or foot traffic may not be impeded by the assembly. Persons found guilty of violating this ordinance may be imprisoned up to to 30 days and/or fined up to $500.00" Kevin wishes to protest the lack of transparency by the Fairfield City Council. He organizes a rally at Allen Witt Park on a Friday afternoon. Shortly after the rally begins, Fairfield PD arrives and arrests Kevin and all other members participating in the rally. If Kevin challenges his arrest on the grounds that the law unconstitutionally prohibits free speech, what result?
 1. If the prohibition on speech is a valid Time Place Manner restriction, Kevin will be unsuccessful 
 2. If the prohibition on speech is a valid Time Place Manner restriction, Kevin will be successful 
 3.If the imposed fine is excessive and unreasonable under the circumstances, Kevin will be successful 
4. If the prohibition on speech is rationally related to a legitimate purpose, Kevin will be unsuccessful 
I selected number two but was incorrect I am not sure what the correct answer would be.

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