Keeping a prisoner handcuffed for over seven hours inside a holding cell may be an exaggerated response under Wolfish. At 180: "Although there may be a legitimate reason for doing so, it is not apparent at this stage of the litigation." The court applies Eighth Amendment analysis to this detainee case and seems to think that the Hudson malicious/sadistic test governs. See: Casaburro v. Giuliani, 986 F.Supp. 176 (S.D.N.Y. 1997).
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Casaburro v. Giuliani
|Cite||986 F.Supp. 176 (S.D.N.Y. 1997)|