I ask this without trying to take a position on any current events.
If someone is found, under halacha, to be guilty of a crime not punishable by death, and he pays whatever the price is (lashes, korbanot, restitution, damages) is the criminal then accepted back into society as if all is complete? If he uses skewed weights and measures, is he later dealt with in business with suspicion or is the idea behind his punishment that he is rehabilitated and gets a clean slate?
Is punishment under halacha punitive or restorative?
As an associated question, if he lives in a time without a Sanhedrin or a religious court so we must have faith that Hashem will mete out proper punishment that is no longer in the hands of man [in a sense I think, similar to a biblical era case which lacked the proper witnesses etc] , how do we deal with the criminal? Do we parse his life and try to see what might "count" as divine retribution? Do we hold the behavior against him, assuming that punishment will take place in Olam Haba and not before? Do we treat him as if, because nothing has been proven, nothing should influence our behavior?
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