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‘Flex-Cuffs’ Use Not Unreasonable (access required)

Using flex-cuffs to detain defendant during execution of a search warrant for illegal alcohol sales at a “nip joint” did not constitute an unreasonable use of force under the Fourth Amendment, and a Norfolk U.S. District Court denies defendant’s motion to suppress evidence obtained during the search. The reasonableness of the use of force is adjudged ...

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