The Supreme Court of Indianapolis has ruled against a police officer who was maybe a bit too self aware.
Rodeny Vawyter got the license plate back in 2013, as a tongue and cheek reference to his job. The plate was revoked and Vawyter filed a first amendment suit. At first he was approved, and the Buereu of Motor Vehicles put a freeze on further personalized plates. After a series of back and forth rulings, it made its way to the top, where the Supreme Court of Indiana found the plate to be state property, and thus state speech.
The American Civil Liberties Union, which repersented Vawtyer, claims that the BMV has approved worse plates in the past,so there might be more to come from this case. Wonder how many were for cops though.