ABRAMS v. WALKER, 01-2447
An attorney's First Amendment retaliation claim arising from his arrest during a client's traffic stop was not actionable, because he had no constitutional right to engage in disobedient and dilatory conduct, and he was not arrested for his speech.
- Argued 02/19/2002
- Decided 10/10/2002
- Published 10/10/2002
- COFFEY, Circuit Judge., Before COFFEY, EASTERBROOK, and DIANE P. WOOD, Circuit Judges.
- United States Seventh Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Thomas Peters (argued), Murphy, Peters & Davis, Chicago, IL, for plaintiff-appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Nadine J. Wichern (argued), Office of the Attorney General, Civil Appeals Division, Chicago, IL, for defendant-appellee.