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A new Nebraska law makes court diversion program available to veterans. Other states could follow

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Facing his fifth drunk driving offense in 25 years, Robert Jackson of Olathe, Kansas, was given a choice: go to court and take a possible jail sentence, or commit to a diversion program that keeps military veterans out of jail. Jackson didn’t hesitate to take the option that would wipe the DUI from his record. After all, he’d been through U.S. Marine Corps boot camp and Operation Desert Storm during the Gulf War, developing th…

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