Mo. looks to join states expanding veteran courts
As American military operations draw down in the Middle East, officials in several U.S. states are trying to hold down the number of soldiers who show up in local criminal courtrooms and jails.
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#1 May 9, 2012
Why can't the standing courts do the same thing.
There are mitigating factors in all criminal cases. All this is doing is making another court with a bureaucracy to be supported by the tax base.
You have a vet with problems? A prosecutor can make a decision.
#2 May 9, 2012
Just another Big Government Mistake that will cost millions of dollars, paid by none other than TAX PAYERS
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