Most $25 motor vehicle citations do not work their way up to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. But Phillip S. Beachey is no ordinary motorist.

The Cumberland County man was stopped the afternoon of June 9, 1996, by a Camp Hill borough police officer for allegedly flashing his high beams at 10 different oncoming motorists in an effort to warn them about the officer’s speed trap.

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