compelling interest

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  • Interest in what people around you are doing is the most compelling interest in the world. Cited from Riviera Towns, by Herbert Adams Gibbons
  • The party with the more compelling interest in most cases will have its interests upheld.
  • Only if it served a compelling interest could the government treat members of different races differently.
  • On every train every night are told tales of the road which, if they were put in type, would make a book of compelling interest. Cited from Tales of the Road, by Charles N. Crewdson
  • In addition, there should not be a less restrictive alternative available to achieve that compelling interest.
  • As such, the government had no compelling interest in prohibiting them from airing even during the election session.
  • This meant that a government needed to have a "compelling interest" regarding such a refusal.
  • The notion of family in association with death is a compelling interest in Carr's written works.
  • We need a compelling interest in the goal to encourage our wills to concentration on the less interesting. Cited from Applied Psychology for Nurses, by Mary F. Porter
  • This case helped solidify the condition that any law that inhibits freedom of speech must have an important and compelling interest to do so.
  • How little I had dreamed when setting out on my journey that it would prove beautiful and of such compelling interest as I had found it. Cited from Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador, Mrs. Hubbard
  • But perhaps posterity will find in such a record a more compelling interest than we can to whom it is still so familiar in every unforgettable detail. Cited from Punch, Vol. 153, Dec 26, 1917, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • This atmosphere can be attributed to the fact that all committee members have a compelling interest in ensuring legislation will contain money for their own districts.
  • And that there is no "practically available, less restrictive way similarly to further this compelling interest."
  • A compelling interest relates directly with core constitutional issues.
  • The majority ruled that the District had a compelling interest in maintaining racial diversity.
  • In this case, the plaintiffs argued that the state had no compelling interest to justify denying them the right to vote.
  • It was a reasonable requirement and was supported by a compelling interest that it could be justified in a free and democratic society.
  • He then submitted evidence that there was not a compelling interest for preventing the display of religious apparel, because it presented no danger to military discipline.
  • It, therefore, found that the government lacked a compelling interest to abridge WRTL's rights of free speech.
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