You've seen it — and maybe even done it — wherever you're driving: Vehicles traveling in opposite directions flash headlights to warn of a cop in the area who's looking for speeders.
When a truck driver in Southern Oregon flashed his lights last fall, he got a $260 ticket.
He wasn't happy. He decided to fight the ticket, and this past week a judge in Oregon voided the citation, finding that motorists flashing their headlights amounts to speech protected by the Oregon Constitution.
- Which raises the question: Do you think warning others of police in the area is helping people break the law, or is it an expression that should be protected? Tell us in comments below.