Veterans Court Information

What are the steps of Veterans Court?

There are four primary steps of Veterans Court:

1.     Eligible veterans ask to be admitted to the program and are approved by members of the court.
2.     The veteran is assessed and an individualized treatment plan is created, with the help of the Department of Veteran Affairs and other service organizations, which is agreed to by the court.
3.     Progress in the treatment program is closely monitored by the court.  Upon successful completion of the Veterans Court program veterans may have their cases dismissed or sentence reduced.
4.     Successful completion of the Veterans Court program will be marked by a graduation from the program.

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