Lancaster County Veteran’s Treatment Court Graduation

Lancaster County Veteran’s Treatment Court Graduation

Thursday, November 19, 2020

MEDIA ADVISORY: Lancaster County Veteran’s Treatment Court Graduation and Celebration


The Lancaster County Veteran’s Treatment Court team is pleased to announce that another veteran’s court participant has successfully completed the Veteran’s Treatment Court Program. This is a great accomplishment for the graduate, and he has worked very hard to reach graduation.  Please join us in celebrating this outstanding achievement. 


Judge Robert Otte, presiding over the graduation
Judge John Colborn
Major General Daryl L. Bohac, Nebraska National Guard
Sandra Miller, Veteran Justice Outreach with Veterans Affairs
Jim Cada, Vietnam veteran/attorney


December 1, 2020, at 6:00 p.m.


Via Zoom 


For problem-solving court graduates, the ceremony marks the completion of an intensive program of comprehensive behavioral health treatment, intensive community supervision, and full accountability. 

Problem-solving courts are an alternate route through the criminal justice system for nonviolent drug-related offenders, which utilize a specialized team process that functions within the existing court structure. Problem-solving courts are designed to achieve a reduction in recidivism and substance use among individuals with substance use disorders. The court’s goal is to protect public safety and increase the participant’s likelihood of successful rehabilitation by utilizing validated risk and need assessments, early and individualized behavioral health treatment, frequent and random chemical testing, incentives, sanctions, and other rehabilitative and ancillary services.


For interviews or additional information, please contact:

Dean Rohwer, Problem-Solving Court Coordinator, 531-220-6031                 


Court media credentials preferred.