Contrary to popular belief you can have your baptism annulled as I did by my local elders after my judicial hearing.
The Watchtower of 1964 page 126 first paragraph clearly states that anyone that was committing a gross sin before, during and after their baptism is void. In order to get right with the lord you would need to be re-baptised. Err no thanks, I'm not a believer!!!!
My elders told me that my smoking from 12 years of age right up til my baptism at age 16 and afterwards ment my dedication was invalid.
It was announced at the next weeks meeting from the platform that my baptism and dedication was annulled. The elders told me it was unusual as most are df'd for smoking or committing what they regard as gross sin. Since then I have been treated the same as a worldly person or non witness and never shunned by anyone.
I'm just hoping this might be of some use to anyone that might have a judicial hearing coming up and wants a get out of watchtower free card.
The elders have to go with what is in print (watchtower) and it's right there in print, it even says that getting re-baptised it is a personal decision, in order to do that your first baptism would have to be made void and announced as was mine.