Handcuffs in New Jersey

Well, we knew that Governor Corzine frowns upon the use of certain restraints, but we had no idea his office also required him to frown upon other types as well, at least those uses which are not “manifestly appropriate.”

One Response to “Handcuffs in New Jersey”

  1. Navy Vet from Jersey says:

    Let’s say a homeowner in New Jersey has a set of handcuffs in his or her own home, and then uses them to restrain a burglar or home invader until the police arrive. Does this mean the homeowner faces a legal liability for the handcuffs?