Criminal

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Legal Needs Check-up Tool - Interactive Interview

Try our checklist to find legal information and where to get help with your legal issue.

Domestic Violence and Alleged Abusers

Despite the need to access weaponry, servicemembers who have engaged in certain acts, such as perpetrating domestic violence against an intimate partner or being convicted of a felony, may be prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition.
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A Veteran's Guide to Criminal Law

Unfortunately, some veterans will experience trouble with criminal law. There may be a number of reasons for this including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brian Injury, or other causes. This guide discusses the different considerations that veterans who are facing criminal charges and conviction must confront.

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Fleeing Felon Status and its Impact on VA Benefits

For veterans who are receiving VA benefits and who have warrants issued for their arrest, there may be a significant danger of not only losing their benefits, but also of having to repay all benefits received.
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Getting Help With Criminal Cases

In the United States the law is generally divided into two categories – criminal and civil.