United States (WTFF) – A decision made in a federal appeals court has determined that presenting the middle finger to law enforcement officers is protected by the Constitution.
The 3-0 decision was made on Wednesday, according to AP.
In 2017, a woman was pulled over for speeding in Detroit. After receiving the ticket, she flipped the bird to Officer Matthew Minard.
The cop then changed the ticket to a more serious speeding offense.
He “should have known better,” said the court. The woman sued and won, saying that her rights against unreasonable seizure were violated.