Diversion program to assist U.S. veterans

Veterans whose struggles with civilian life land them in the criminal court system will have a new alternative to jail time in Johnson County. Beginning today, they can come to a special Veterans Treatment Court and get support and supervision from a team of court staff and mentors who will help them through a diversion program.

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  1. DrKenTennant  January 14, 2016 at 11:03 am

    Why does the FBI refuse to investigate & prosecute Public Corruption, Civil Rights Abuses under color of law, White Collar Crime & Fraud in IOWA’S Judiciary ? Go to: IowaCourts.gov, search STATE v Greg Tennant, click FILINGS to see: Judge Dalton Admitted they violated due process, but instead of the required dismissal, she ordered a do-over. Incompetent or Dishonest ? Either way she and all the judges on this case take a six figure salary, depriving Greg of his rights and defrauding citizens of honest gov’t. There is much more than I can list here. The FBI has been contacted (again). see also IN THE MATTER OF PRISCILLA TENNANT. Chief Judge Marlita Greve filed this fraudulent action despite the record being absent the REQUIRED Return of Service of Summons. Where is the FBI ? This is RICO – Fraud, the deliberate deception for unlawful gain. You Tube: LAWLESS AMERICA. – Dr. Kenneth Tennant [email protected]

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