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Handcuffing Not Arrest (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s bench trial conviction for assault and battery of a law enforcement officer performing duties; defendant had no right to resist the police officer’s handcuffing him to protect himself, defendant’s grandmother and toddler daughter. Grandmother called police officer to her home stating she was upset about being unable to reach her ...

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