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Veterans Court Program Helps Warriors Battle Addiction, Mental Health Crises

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Former Marine Cpl. Eric Gonzales doesn’t remember much about the night last year he led police in Orange County, Calif., on a high-speed, 26-minute chase that ended when he threw his truck into reverse and crashed into the patrol car behind him.

December 3rd, 2013 | Posted in Vet News | Read More »

Louisville launches the state’s first veterans court

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Louisville will launch the first ever veterans court in Kentucky. The court will give veterans services and programs that are not available to average civilians. A federal grant is covering the cost of the court.

November 23rd, 2012 | Posted in Benefits,Regional,Vet News | Read More »

Veterans Court helps Los Angeles ex-soldiers find the right path after being arrested

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He’d used drugs for decades to cope with post-traumatic stress disorder from the Vietnam War, and was eventually arrested for selling cocaine to an undercover cop.

October 17th, 2012 | Posted in Of Interest | Read More »

Do Special Veterans Courts Really Work?

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pecial veterans courts are popping up in virtually every corner of the country. Starting in Buffalo, NY in 2008, the mission behind establishing veterans courts was to address the hard issues behind the sharp spike of crime among new veterans: drug and alcohol abuse.

August 31st, 2012 | Posted in Benefits,Vet News | Read More »

Major Court Decision Rules Against BCMR’S

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On JULY 13, 2011, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the military BCMR’S ( Board For Correction of Military Records ) were arbitrary and capricious, committed an abuse of discretion, and violated matters of law.

July 18th, 2011 | Posted in Vet News | Read More »

Freeman v. Shinseki

Following on the heels of the Henderson decision by the Supreme Court, on April 26, 2011, the Veterans Court (CAVC) issued a decision on a petition by William Freeman that ordered VA provide a process for veterans to challenge the appointment of a VA fiduciary to control his or her finances. Mr. Freeman wanted to challenge the appointment of a stranger to handle his finances instead of his sister, a woman who had taken care of him and his father for more than two decades.

April 27th, 2011 | Posted in Vet News,Veterans Affairs | Read More »

 

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  2. arlequin: until now? i have some armenian blood in me family from the old times. moreover i properly think, believe and know what is regrettable in past, present, and future. so people babbling do ...
  3. Tomer: For those who believe just about anything I have 100,000 donutholes to sell, at 10c a piece! I believe that the USA discards Israel when the first US airplanes start ...
  4. Old Jules: I've always enjoyed the writings of William Soroyan and because of him I thought until now it was regrettable what Turks did to Armenians. Now I'm thinking when the ...
  5. arlequin: that is shitstorm and feces-curtain fraying. sorry for the harsh words. 'interesting may changing come' (quoted from master yoda, star wars epic edition part 0)

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