Fox News: Night Court – 18-year-old Florida student’s parking pass revoked for political messaging

An 18-year-old in Florida had his parking pass revoked by his high school when he came to school with a large, politically decorated elephant stationed in the back of his pickup truck. He sued the school and a judge subsequently ordered that the elephant can remain. Bob Bianchi appears on this episode of Fox News: Night Court with Brian Claypool, a criminal defense attorney from California, to discuss different angles of this legal case.

While there may be some valid reasoning for the school to not want politically charged and highly visible propaganda seen from a distance, Bianchi argues that Tinker v. Des Moines (1969) gives students their first amendment rights even on school property.