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Nodig,It is all about evidence. Common law is that an accused person is innocent until proven guilty. No one in court has to prove their innocence. That is extremely difficult and not required. The prosecution has to prove guilt.If someone levels an accusation, the accused can either confess or deny the accusation. So if you feel you have been unjustly accused, make a clear denial and ask what evidence has been given to prove the accusation. If it is simply one person's word against another, that is not proof and a sensible committee will not accept the accusation as true on that basis alone. Jonnyco15 gives an excellent summary of how a good committee will work.

Oh dear Bill Door, it doesn't take much to rattle your cage,