Parents criticizing their children’s high school coach via text message may be disrespectful—and may not guarantee their kids a starting spot on the team—but does the First Amendment protect this speech anyway?

After a father sent angry text messages to his high school daughter’s softball coach, and was banned from the games because of the messages, he filed suit claiming the First Amendment protected his speech.

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