United States District Court, S.D. Ohio, Western Division, Dayton
AMENDED ORDER TO APPEAR
Michael J. Newman Magistrate Judge.
case is presently scheduled to come before the Court for a
hearing on June 20, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. in Courtroom 4 on the
Fifth Floor of the Federal Building, 200 West Second Street,
Dayton, Ohio 45402. This case is RESCHEDULED to come before
the Court for a hearing on June 19, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. in
Courtroom 4 on the Fifth Floor of the Federal Building, 200
West Second Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402. You are ORDERED to
appear at that time and date. Failure to do so could
result in the issuance of an arrest warrant.
you are a Veteran, you may be eligible for participation in
the Veterans Court. More information regarding the Veterans
Court can be found on the attached page. The Court has
appointed the Federal Public Defender to represent all
Veterans charged with misdemeanor offenses at the Veterans
Affairs (“VA”) Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. Attorney
Tom Anderson, an Assistant Federal Public Defender, can be
reached at (937) 225-7687. If you are interested in
participating in the Veterans Court, please contact Mr.
Clerk shall serve this Order on Defendant at his address of
record. In addition, the Clerk shall email this Order to
Attorney Thomas Anderson and the VA police.
IS SO ORDERED.
STATES DISTRICT COURT SOURTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO WESTERN
DIVISION AT DAYTON VETERANS COURT
focus on, facilitate, and encourage treatment of mental
health and/or substance abuse issues that may underlie
criminal conduct in lieu of prosecuting, convicting and/or
incarcerating those Veterans eligible for the Veterans
Justice Outreach Program through the United States Department
of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) and who pose a risk of
reoffending in the absence of consistent treatment.
Court Docket Details
Veterans Court docket is generally held on the last Thursday
of each month beginning at 2:30 p.m., although intervening
Federal Holidays may require that the Court be held on a
different day. Not all Veterans Court participants will be
scheduled to appear at each Veterans Court session.
Veterans charged with misdemeanor and/or petty offenses who
may suffer from mental health and/or substance abuse concerns
and who pose a risk for reoffending in the absence of
consistent treatment. Eligibility for participation shall be
determined solely by the Veterans Justice Outreach
Coordinator (“VJO”), in accordance with the
rules, regulations, and applicable polices of the VA.
in Veterans Court
in the Veterans Court is voluntary and each Veteran
participant must expressly, knowingly, intelligently and