Can you flash a your headlights at a car to warn of a police speed trap?
Its a highly debated questing. and recently a federal judge in Missouri said yes you can that it is a first amendment right to free speech. the reasoning is…… What this person who warns is doing is warning other people about the breaking the law. People regularly warn others about the possibility of arrest. There’s no difference between a verbal warning and a mechanical warning. Both are forms of speech.
Bradley Corbett is a criminal defense attorney in San Diego. He graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo Utah in 2004. Later he enrolled at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego where he participated in a prestigious internship program with the Los Angeles County Public Defender. Since then he has handled over 2,000 cases.