Flashing your headlights to warn other motorists of a speed trap = free speech

A judge in Seminole County, Florida (of all places) ruled that when a motorist flashes his lights at other motorists to warn them of an upcoming speed trap, he is engaging in First Amendment protected speech. (source).

2 Responses to Flashing your headlights to warn other motorists of a speed trap = free speech

  1. AppleHater@hater.org says:

    And if you use an iPhone, Apple will censor apps that share speedtrap data. Apple users literally pay extra to get less protection from the police, and to get censorship of their free speech. Dumb sheep.

  2. Tony Deas says:

    Same result a number of years ago in Tennessee.

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