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Question: I a trying to get vet court for a drug abuse problem

Answer: Your question did not specify the charge against you.  You can ask the prosecutor, your attorney or the judge to consider you for Veterans' Court.  Admission to Veteran's Court is governed by statute.  Arizona Revised Statutes, Sections 22-601 and 22-602 are the laws that established the court and set out the eligibility rules.  Talk to your lawyer or to the prosecutor.  They should be able to tell you if you are eligible to apply for Veterans Court, and if you are a candidate, they should be able to help you get in.

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