Supposing a man's wife has had an affair, confessed all and genuinely regrets what's happened. The husband, after much soul searching and agonising, realises how much he still loves her and how much both of them want to rebuild their shattered relationship.
Why should that woman then have to sit in front of a judicial men-only committee and give a blow-by-blow account of her affair?
How would that make her husband feel, knowing that his wife is sharing intensely private stuff about her affair with several other guys?
Wouldn't that JC be incredibly damaging to a couple who's relationship is already desperately fragile?