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Mon, August 12, 2013

Assignment Fox Cities

     The Outagamie County veterans' court program graduated its first candidate on Friday, August 9th.
Alexander Feest fulfilled his year-long contract in the judicial system, meeting benchmarks set
by the court when he entered the program.
      Under provisions of the veterans' court program, members of the military who are arrested for 
breaking laws get a chance to opt for the program.   When their year-long journey in veterans' court
is successfully-completed, the charge is dismissed.
      Two Outagamie county judges preside over the court.  They are John Des Jardins and
Greg Gill Jr.    Judge Gill says Feest is a role model for others to emulate.
      The veterans' court, how the system works, and its first graduate are the subject of an Assignment
Fox Cities, appearing soon on the WHBY website.

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