If someone was wrongfully charged with a serious crime? I ask because I remember being in my sociology class, Criminology, and hearing about cases where people were charged but found innocent (not after years mind you but anywhere from a few days to a month) and couldn't return to their daily lives. We read a story about a man facing charges of raping a little girl and it turned out she was lying. Tests proved that the little girl did not suffer any sort of physical trauma and the man provided an alibi that checked out (a speeding ticket if I believe actually). Clean as a whistle, right? Nope, the guy got death threats from anonymous neighbors and he was basically chased out of town. I ask you, do you think you'd be able to work through your image of someone if it was tarnished like this? Maybe not even with a crime, but let's say the person was accused of cheating on their spouse/girlfriend/boyfriend, how hard would it be for you to readjust? I know most people will say immediately, "I'm a good doobie, I'd have no problem" but I really want you guys to think about it because after I thought about it for a while, I realized that I'd probably have difficulty fixing my skewered view of that person. So . . Could you 'clean' your perception of someone cleared of their negative accusations? Where and how do you believe as a society we learn this immediate changing in views?