Governor Pat McCrory and Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank L. Perry attended the first graduation ceremony at North Carolina’s first veterans treatment court in Harnett County today. Today also marks the one year anniversary of this court which provides referrals for treatment, education and vocational programs and community resources while being judicially monitored.
More than 100 soldiers of the North Carolina National Guard’s 211th Military Police Company, based in Clyde, will receive a hero’s welcome home from the leaders and citizens of Haywood County. A parade down main street and an official ceremony will occur at the Waynesville Courthouse.
When: Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014, 3 p.m.
Where: Waynesville Courthouse, Waynesville, N.C
June 14, 2014, marks 239 years since our forefathers called up the Continental Army to defend our nation and win our wars. The foundation of our country is our veterans. JD Byers is proud to be a Department of Veterans Affairs accredited attorney.
More at: http://www.army.mil/birthday/239/
J.D. Byers is now an accredited attorney with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This is a very stringent accreditation process for attorneys who have been authorized by the VA to appear before the VA on benefits appeals. Accredited Attorneys must be in good standing with the State Bar and all State and Federal Courts in which they are admitted. Attorneys must also complete annual continuing legal education that meets the specifications of the VA.
J.D. is excited to join the ranks of these attorneys who can help our veterans obtain their hard-earned benefits. If you need assistance with a claim for Veterans Benefits, contact J.D. today or call at 336-727-1070.