A police officer who saw an automobile passenger flash a middle finger at him did not have reasonable suspicion for a traffic stop, a federal appeals court has ruled in reinstating a civil rights suit against two upstate officers.
'Ancient Insult' Did Not Justify Stop and Arrest, Circuit Finds
New York Law Journal
January 4, 2013
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