VA Officials Say Veterans Court Program Is a Success

Two years after 2nd Judicial District Veterans Court was instituted, the numbers show that veterans don't seem too keen on finishing the program.

BY STEPHEN SIMPSON

Two years after 2nd Judicial District Veterans Court was instituted, the numbers show that veterans don’t seem too keen on finishing the program.

The veterans court program was established in 2015 to help veterans, who have entered the judicial system because of factors related to their military service, assimilate back into civilian life.

“It’s a lot of rules and having to answer to people,” Veterans Court Coordinator Lisa Couch said. “A lot of people would just rather do their jail time than be held accountable. You’ve got to want this program to work for you.”

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