Still at War: A Guide for Defenders, Prosecutors & Judges Dealing with Oregon’s Veteran Defendant Crisis
Edited by Jesse Wm. Barton
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Chapter 1 Legal Considerations
Chapter 2 Veterans Defense Resource Center
Chapter 3 Investigation and Mitigation Services and Veterans Justice Outreach Program
Chapter 4 Military Records and Witnesses
Chapter 5 The Relevance and Influence of Military Culture
Chapter 6 Veterans, Combat Injuries, Military Training and Criminal Justice
Chapter 7 Impact of Warzone Deployment
Chapter 8 The Relevance and Influence of Moral Injury
Chapter 9 Unique Considerations in the Representation of Female Veterans
Chapter 10 The Good Soldier Defense
Chapter 11 The Effects of Arrest, Conviction and Incarceration on VA Benefits
Chapter 12 Mastering the Challenges of Representing Veterans
Chapter 13 Representing Veterans in Federal Court
Chapter 14 Prosecutors’ Considerations
Chapter 15 Best Practices in Veterans Courts: Lane County’s Approach
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