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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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He was in the police car, unhandcuffed, so that he could be transported off the road to a more safe location, I'd presume that just because his car was getting towed doesn't mean Smokey was going to leave him standing by the side of the road.
Mel Gibson was offered the opportunity to go to the police unhandcuffed.
"When he was unhandcuffed, he drew his firearm and shot and wounded an officer," Ngidi said.
He insisted that I be unhandcuffed and then proudly led the way to the outbuilding where I had worked.
They unhandcuffed my cuffs from behind, put them in front.
In other situations, an officer held his cell phone so one handcuffed man could call his work; officers got shoes and socks for another suspect, and they allowed a woman to walk unhandcuffed through her apartment complex before she got to a police van for transport.