I understand that curfew laws are a concern due to the possibility of use of them to violate the constitutionally protected rights of individuals. Even in the face of pandemic-level health concerns, and civil disorder, local and state officials seem reluctant to impose curfews, perhaps due to the concerns about judicial and voter reactions to warrantless arrests this might lead to.
Could the judicial branch issue arrest warrants based based on time, place and perhaps manner to aid in restoring order in the face of civil unrest without generating 1st amendment concerns?
Has this been tried? Are there serious constitutional restrictions this would be subject to?