Balboa Village Inn v. Lemen—SCOC -
only specific defamation can be enjoined only after proof

Supreme Court of California decides that injunctions with very narrow and specific restrictions that stop repetition of court proven defamation are constitutional. Balboa facts match a scenario acted out all over America everyday of private citizens seeking enforcement of municipal codes when Town jurisdiction refuses to  act.  In the end, Lemen's claim of free speech was in part confirmed and in part refuted by the Supreme Court of California.

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