2014 (Political Law) Bar Exam Questions: Question 16

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XVI.

The overbreadth doctrine posits that the government: (1%)

(A) must know the extent of its power

(B) when it exercises too much power it is like someone with bad breath – it is not healthy to society

(C) can enact laws which can reach outside its borders, like long-arm statues

(D) the government is prohibited in banning unprotected speech if a substantial amount of protected speech is restrained or chilled in the process

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