We use the US Constitution in every DUI / Drunk Driving case to help our clients. When we protect our clients, we are fulfilling our sworn duty. However, another use of the Constitution was by a man who was detained in December, 2011 by Richmond, Va. airport Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers when he partially disrobed displaying the 4th Amendment of the US Constitution on his chest to protest airport security procedures. He believes the procedures violate unreasonable search and seizure. He then sued the TSA for violating his 1st amendment right of freedom of speech. After the case was appealed from the U.S. District Court, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 that his case can move forward. We wear the Constitution figuratively on our sleeve. This man wears it literally on his chest. The man is a true believer in the US Constitution!