There is a distinguished literature on social institutions as a result of multiple activities, separate and uncoordinated with each other, by A. F. Smith Hayek. Amanda’s case is a perfect illustration of an international event of litigation communication: people first considered seriously guilty can then become innocent in the eyes of many, including the judges. Like all other spheres of life, the legal world is a social construction (Goffman, Berger, Luckmann). In particular, unlike well-known and discussed Italian machinations (from piduismo to the struttura Delta), the Amanda case is an example of a social democratic construction: pluralistic and fragmented, polyarchic and chaotic, but in its way rational. It’s a summation of inhomogeneous initiatives in time and space, with authors who did not obey a plan unique and often have not known each other.