Originally Posted by treblings
Tilden was convicted twice and went to jail on both occasions.
With Hewitt, throwing him out of the hof might be the only chance of
some kind of ´conviction´ that his victims might get.
Hewitt has the right to a very thorough investigation though, and to defend himself should he choose to.
I have already covered this. With possible criminal and civil action pending, he can't defend himself without compromising his defense in court. No lawyer of his, in his right mind would let him testify at such hearings with any specificity to allegations.