It was an incident that sent shockwaves through everyone in the medical community, the July 2017 physical arrest of a nurse in Utah. To recap, an ER Nurse was ordered by a law enforcement officer to perform a blood draw on a car accident victim. Rightfully, the nurse refused because no warrant was presented and she was protecting the rights of her patient. She pulled out the policy manual, called her supervisor on speakerphone and proceeded to inform the officer that she was unable to comply until a warrant was presented. Everything she did was according to procedure, but the officer forcibly arrested her anyway.