Allegation: Man who feels he’s being wrongly arrested threatens “to make lawful complaints” about Tangipahoa Parish, La. officers. He’s charged with threatening, intimidating the officers. Charges dismissed before trial. Fifth Circuit: A state law that criminalizes threatening public employees—including threats to take lawful actions like calling the media, suing an officer, or running against an incumbent—is unconstitutionally overbroad, violates the First Amendment.