New Hampshire Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Police License PlateHigh court in New Hampshire defends right to free speech on a personalized license plate.
May. 09, 2014
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Drivers in the "Live Free or Die" state of New Hampshire can express their dislike for police officers on their license plate as a result of a state Supreme Court ruling handed down on Wednesday. David Montenegro forced the issue by suing the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) when it refused to accept his request filed four years ago for a personalized plate that said COPSLIE. The agency called the proposed plate "insulting."