Ah, the foolish temptation to fix a piece of paper for your own benefit. An Arkansas man had received a $650 fine and four-day jail sentence for hazardous driving with a suspended license. The judge told him to turn in to the clerk his notice of the sentence. So the man allegedly had a clever idea: scratch off the jail sentence. Only, someone saw him. Now he's facing yet another charge -- tampering with a public record. Beware when the eraser seems mightier than the pen, or you could end up in the pen.