My friend, you need to relax. I was using Shmi as an example, like Han, where it makes no logical sense that years elapsed between films and, during those years, the problem wasn't resolved. Ultimately what it comes down to is that this is a work of fiction so, for story telling purposes, you can't really have a major plot point resolved between movies off screen despite the fact that you lose a little bit of "this wouldn't never happen in the real-world" logic. You brought up Anakin disobeying the Jedi Council as if that was some sort of tremendous sacrifice or risk on his part, when it is nothing but a laugh. Han Solo risked a far greater punishment disobeying Jabba than Anakin did by disobeying the Council - not to mention that he now would incur the wrath of the Empire.