The time frame is a huge hurdle for either the apple ( Hall of Fame) or the orange (USPTA) or a watermelon ( police agencies and private investigators employed by the defense) What makes any sense of fairness impossible in the first two is the risk that putting forth a defense compromises the defense against criminal or civil charges. If defending your name in the tennis hall of fame or in front of the USPTA, means providing ammunition or tactical advantages for potential prosecutors or civil tort lawyers that may bankrupt you, you forgo any meaningful specific defense at any hearings with less at risk. That is exactly what your attorneys will tell you to do. If these private hearings without any rules of evidence, or conduct are very careful to be fair, the testimony will be woefully incomplete vague and inconclusive. If these private hearings don't care a rats behind about your legal quagmire, they run a kangaroo court.