Is it legal to curse or swear towards police after being pulled over during a traffic stop if your not threatening them? Is this disorderly conduct or free speech protected by the 1st amendment?
See the answers to the earlier versions of your apparent desire to cause yourself some easily avoidable grief and expense.
I see you have quite a few questions along the same theme and perhaps I can indulge you with a purely law school answer:
As a general rule, anything intended and reasonably likely to convey a message is speech and speech is protected by the first amendment. However not all speech is protected and obscenities to a police officer (or flipping the bird) may be considered fighting words (unprotected speech), true threats (unprotected speech) or even defamation (limited protected speech).
No one can give you an exact answer as to whether obscenities screamed at an officer is protected under the First Amendment because that would essentially be the argument in any case where you were punished for it. (I.e. It would have to go through the litigation and appellate process). I am not aware off hand of any precedent specifically addressing shouting obsenities at police officers.
Now for the practical/real world answer-
There are a number of statutes in Oklahoma that arguably could be used to punish you for your choice to scream obsenities at a police officer and you would be responsible for the cost and expense needed to defend against prosecution.
This is a complicated question and there is no easy response. However, the safest action that you can take is to always be polite to the police. It is illegal to cuss in public in the state of Oklahoma and you can be charged with a misdemeanor offense.
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