No prisoner participating in a work release program or whose place of confinement
is extended pursuant to this article shall be deemed an agent, employee or involuntary
servant of the department or the city while employed or going to and from such employment
or released from confinement pursuant to this article; provided, however, that where
a prisoner is employed and paid by the city, his relationship to the city arising
out of such employment shall be determined in the same manner as if he were a free
person so employed.
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