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I guess the Supreme Court judges, being somewhat knowledgeable of legal matters, but unfamiliar with the real world, believed the handcuffs nullified a common sense interpretation of the facts. When a suspect is handcuffed, with or without an intent to pursue arrest, the purpose is to merely secure the individual for the officer's protection as well as for the suspect's. This enables the officer at the scene to have control over an unpredictable individual, potentially on drugs or hostile. Perhaps, there are other facts involved here? Pardon my questioning, I just don't trust most lawyers, especially the Supreme Court and Appellate lawyers who usually dismiss common sense while interpreting legal rulings.
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