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Tiffany Part 1
Based on the case, Zalewska was employed by the Department of Transport in the county of Sullivan as a van driver to transport food to the nutrition sites where senior individuals were fed. Following the need for the administration (Judith Maier) to adopt a uniform policy to protect the workers and encourage professionalism, on Zalewska’s side, wearing pants instead of a skirt was against her custom, so she turned down the requirement. Zalewska is charged with reporting in an inappropriate uniform. If I were the judge, I would have ruled against the defendants because it felt like a violation of the right to liberty of appearance and equal protection.
Based on the court findings, they ruled against the complainant (Zalewska) on the fact that the defendants’ interest was to protect the workers and promote professionalism, and they had no intention to suppress Zalewska’s freedom of expression. Significantly, my decision did not align with the court’s decisions, and I believe I was wrong because I based my consideration on the right to liberty interest and equal protection from the first amendment speech, which lacks premise to protect ‘expressive’ conduct rather than pure speech.
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