She parked in front of his house at 5:50 a.m. the next day and leaned on her horn for 10 minutes straight. He called the police, but she repeated the honking two hours later.
Immelt was cited for a noise violation but appealed on free-speech grounds.
Judge Richard J. Thorpe ruled Monday that "Horn honking which is done to annoy or harass others is not speech."
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