Plymouth State University Invites the Community to a Screening of “Justice For All”
Plymouth State University (PSU) will be hosting a screening of Justice for All, followed by a panel discussion with various criminal justice professionals from the community on Monday, February 26 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Merrill Place on the PSU campus.
The film, Justice for All, is New Hampshire’s first film about how our courts work with military veterans to meet their unique circumstances through a “Veterans Track”. A Veterans Track is a special docket charged with hearing cases that involve veterans or service members, particularly those diagnosed with service-related illnesses.
Speakers for the event include the Honorable Gerard Boyle, Circuit Court Judge in Conway, as the keynote speaker; the Honorable John Boyle, Circuit Court Judge in Coos County, as the panel discussion moderator; Lara Saffo, Grafton County Attorney; Michael Clark, Plymouth Prosecutor; Michael Owens, Justice Outreach at White River Junction Veteran Affairs Medical Center; veteran and Veterans Track participant Robert Wilson; and Jeramiah Linscott, veteran and PSU undergraduate student.
“This is a unique opportunity to better understand the challenges our veterans may be facing,” says Stephanie Halter, PSU Criminal Justice Professor. “Campus and community members are encouraged to attend this event to learn more about why veterans deserve and need our support and why this is such a critical issue for New Hampshire.”
The event takes place in Merrill Place, Conference Room B on the Plymouth State University campus on Monday, February 26 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m with doors opening at 6:00 p.m. The snow date is Tuesday, February 27 at the same time and place. The event is free to attend, but interested parties are asked to register ahead of time at justiceforall-psu-plymouth.eventbrite.com.
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