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Question: I have been placed in veterans court in this town. My home of record is NYC. I have been physically threatened and fear for my safety and was wondering if relocating to home of record is possible thru vet court

Answer: Your question is a little confusing.  You did not say what town you live in or who is threatening you. Veterans Court is an advantage for you because it may allow you to reduce your sentence or have the charges dropped.  You may talk to the Veteran's Justice Outreach Specialist (VJO) assigned to your case or to the judge and ask that your case be transferred to a Veterans Court in NYC.  Discuss the intimidation problems you are having with the VJO or the counselors at Veterans Court.  Talk to your lawyer if you have one.  Only the court can decide how to handle your case.

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  • I have been placed in veterans court in this town. My home of record is NYC. I have been physically threatened and fear for my safety and was wondering if relocating to home of record is possible thru vet court

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