Sprout
I agree. I was simply pointing out that it was not
Mon Sep 4, 2017 4:47pm
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HER being requested or required to draw the blood.

IMO this is one of the common problems of many different articles covering a situation where some articles cover some aspects and other articles cover other aspects. If one does not take the time to read multiple sources, one can come away with an erroneous conclusion as to the situation.

I noted that several articles DID fail to mention the actual intent of the officers and thus left the readers to ASSUME that the officers were trying to require the HOSPITAL staff (and specifically the nurse) to draw the blood.

In one case the officer WOULD be demanding that the nurse actively break the law. In the other, the officer would be demanding that the nurse not stop HIM from breaking the law. VERY different potential criminal and/or civil charges.

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    • I agree. I was simply pointing out that it was not — Sprout, Mon Sep 4 4:47pm