Extending one’s middle finger in the general direction of a police officer (at about the distance of a football field) gives the officer reasonable suspicion to conduct a traffic stop, says the Court of Appeals of North Carolina (over a dissent).
Tags: 2019, Court of Appeals of North Carolina, First Amendment, Free Speech, Police
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