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Past/Current Military

Diversion and Alternative Sentencing

Featured Speakers include (L to R): Dylan Ford of LA Public Defenders Office, Associate Justice Eileen Moore, Honorable Mark Mandio, CVJP Executive Director Jodi Galvin, and Kevin Snyder of Snyder Law (not pictured)

Watch our FREE MCLE training on criminal statutes for past and current members of the US military: PC 858, PC 1001.80, PC 1170.9, PC 1170.91, how to seek pre-plea misdemeanor military diversion, case dismissal upon completion of a veteran treatment, and other relief for mitigation and alternative sentencing in criminal courts.

Access here: https://ceb.com/pastcurrent-military-diversion-and-alternative-sentencing

VA Veteran Justice and Jail Outreach Workers

  • The VA employs Veteran Justices Staff called Veteran Justice Outreach Workers (VJOs) and Jail Outreach Workers (JOWs) that help veterans with alternative sentencing. 

  • VJOs and JOWs can visit veterans in jail.

  • They can verify veteran status & benefits, get records, arrange treatment, and provide other services.

  • Attorneys, family members, and others, can also contact them for assistance with veteran cases.

 
 

Judicial Council training regarding the NEW mental health diversion statute PC 1001.36

VA Vet Justice Outreach (VJO)

Jail Outreach Workers (JOW)

       (562)708-5290 

Veteran Legal Resources

  • The non-profit organizations below help with veteran benefits and other legal issues.

  • They do not do not handle criminal cases.

  • Basic/most services are FREE to veterans, contact each organization for details.

       (310)478-3711 ext. 42354

       In-takes Wednesdays 10am-1pm

 

Veteran Non-Legal Resources

       Provides quality referrals to combat vets, MST 

       survivors and families to various VA programs

       877-927-8387