Video: Read the Full Story HERE. In a nut shell: a public defender was arrested in the court house while her client was being questioned in regards to another investigation. Intervening on his behalf, she was told to step aside or she would be "arrested for resisting arrest". Guess what happened next? From the article: “I was arrested for what we do as public defenders every day,” Tillotson said of the encounter, which was captured in a video that the public defender’s office posted on YouTube. “I asked questions. I talked to my client and explained to him his rights. At that point, I was told I was interfering and taken into custody.” A lawyer, a public defender no-less, was arrested for being a nuisance. It makes you wonder, if someone like that can be arrested on a whim, in the hall of justice, what does that mean for the rest of us?