According to the J.Y. Interpretation No.744, the judicial review model for the freedom of speech has changed by giving up the double-stage theory (established in the J.Y. Interpretation No.414 and No.623) and the two-track theory (established in the J.Y. Interpretation No.445 and No.718). Prior restraint of speech will generally be deemed unconstitutional. In addition, the J.Y. Interpretation No.744 has adopted the strictest judicial review so far, which embodied in its operation of proportionality principle and the expansion to other requirements, including burden of proof on legislators and people’s immediate judicial remedy. Moreover, from the perspective of the J.Y. Interpretation No.744, it is worth noting that the Justices of the Constitutional Court can expand their power in the name of protecting the freedom of speech without adequate prerequisite of constitutional basis.