There's a great episode of The West Wing that, if I recall right, goes like this: Toby and Josh have their morning interrupted by a whistleblower who tells them some important information. They weigh their options with the White House Counsel, and it comes down that if they reveal the information, they're breaking one law, and if they don't, they're breaking another. Josh quips: "So you mean I could go to jail just for showing up to work today?" I had something similar happen to me today, where I am in danger of getting in trouble for just doing my job. This is one of my least favorite things about it. FOCUS: When have you gotten in trouble just for showing up, acting normally, or through no other fault of your own? How did you get out of it?