Dustin Nelson Each state is going to have their own set of procedures for this. Many states like WA have those protections in place, but there are many jurisdictions that aren't as friendly. You seemed be implying with innocent until proven guilty means no legitimate negative impact can effect people with charges, and that clearly isn't the case. Very clearly in our society not only is that acceptable, but in some cases it is completely unacceptable to not act on the charges. Can you imagine the hell a school administration would go through if they allowed a teacher charged with child molestation back into school to teach when they posted bail? "**shrug** innocent until proven guilty so we had no choice except to allow him to keep teaching kindergarten, until we know for sure."
How each nuance plays out in each state specific to housing, freedom, employment etc is all going to be different, but what is certainly clear is that an overarching "Innocent until proven guilty isn't the guiding light in these cases." Sure you maybe innocent, but the very fact that you are charged means you inherently loose rights and freedoms, until the matter is closed.