Got it. The burden of proof is upon the accused. And how do you find this to reinforce American values? Where does the presumption of innocence factor in?
It doesn't. You want to appoint some "experts" - who will be compensated or rated based upon how many people are in the program, and you expect them to be unbiased.
I'm a resident of Missouri, as it happens. I'll be contacting my state reps and senators to let them know how little I think of this, as it is being proposed.
It's not a bad idea - but the execution doesn't even offer the most basic protections.