Veterans Court Information

What is Veterans Court?

Veterans Court is a collaborative process that includes the prosecutor, defense counsel, judge, the Department of Veteran Affairs and other community based support organizations.

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What are the steps of Veterans Court?

There are four primary steps of Veterans Court:

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What happens if I do not complete the treatment program?

Non-compliance with the treatment program can lead to sanctions which may include incarceration, community service, and reprimand by the judge.

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Who can go to Veterans Court?

The Veterans Court program focuses on veterans who are currently in, or entering, the criminal justice system.

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How long does it take to complete the treatment program?

Programs are individually tailored to the needs of the veterans but most plans take at least six months to complete.

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Veterans Court Locations

There are eight Veterans' Court locations throughout the state of Arizona.  Find a location near you.

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What types of issues are addressed in Veterans Court?

There are many issues that are treated in Veterans Court but the most common are:

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