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BLACKTOWN, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 14: An auctioneer's gavel is seen prior to the home auction for a four-bedroom house at 230 Blacktown Road on February 14, 2015 in Blacktown, Australia. The Blacktown home sold for AUD$565,000 at auction today, smashing the reserve set at AUD$1. The Sydney home auction clearance rate is expected to remain high following the Reserve Bank's interest rate cut to 2.25 per cent last week. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

Remember that guy we talked about recently that was arrested for having a bumper sticker describing a sex act that he refused to remove? Well prosecutors have dropped the charges against him!

Turns out he was right, it IS within our First Amendment rights to display that phrase on our cars.

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Charges dropped against Florida man arrested over 'obscene' window sticker

A man who displayed a vulgar sticker on his truck's back window is no longer charged with violating Florida's obscenity law. The State Attorney determined that Dillon Shane Webb, 23, was protected under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, and would not be convicted by a jury.