Prisons & Jails – Tort/Negligence – STCA – Tight HandcuffsRobinson v. North Carolina Department of Correction Where plaintiff testified that, all the way around his wrist, there were “teeth marks” from too-tight handcuffs and that his wrist was bruised and swollen, but where a drawing plaintiff made to document his injuries indicated that only his left finger and thumb were swollen with no indication of bruising, discoloration, a cut or “teeth marks” laterally around his wrist, the evidence supports the Industrial Commission’s finding that plaintiff’s drawing was inconsistent with his testimony regarding his injuries.
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Published: May 21, 2012
Time posted: 4:36 pm
Tags: Prisons & Jails, STCA, Tight Handcuffs, Tort/Negligence