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Sunday, August 21, 2016

Justice Palin style

Track has a hearing tomorrow.  Every single hearing he has had has been "continued".  He is allegedly in rehab right now and the charges might have already been dropped.  But what's with the constant continuation in Vets Court.  Even Diana Palin's case didn't drag out this much.

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  1. Like the average Joe could postpone a hearing for seven months. Rules are made for everyone but the Palin tribe of banshees.

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    1. The hearing keeps getting postponed because Track Palin is a pussy, and his Mommy keeps pulling her apron strings on her little boy's behalf. My God would I be embarrassed if I were him, having my Mommy fight my battles for me for the whole world to see, but the fact is, Palins have no shame.

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  2. I'll let you in on a little secret. Here in the valley we spell it like we say it! Justus. Cause it's just us Valley Trash and the rest don't matter.

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  3. The difference between Diane Palin and Track Palin is that after months of delays, they got Track's case moved to Veterans Court in Anchorage. In Veterans Court, they would dismiss all of the charges except one, to which Track would have to plead guilty. He would escape jail time in return for entering a rehab program. Veterans Court would recognize PTSD as a defense, and instead of punishment, Track had to enter a rehab program of their choice. In Track's case, he was being treated for alcohol abuse.

    I'm not a lawyer, and I don't know anything about the court system in Alaska. But, I am guessing that many veterans did return with serious problems as a result of their military service, and this was a way to get them help. Track was probably messed up before he went into the military, but this was an easier route than the regular court. If I guess about his appearances every two weeks, they are checking on his to make sure that he is in rehab, and they are checking reports from the rehab place along with Track's appearances in court. I don't know how long they would think that rehab was necessary. Maybe there are landmarks which the professionals point to and Track has to meet some specified goals. His previous appearances in regular court were postponed on a monthly basis. This is different. He is showing up every two weeks, which makes me think that the judge is looking at Track's progress in rehab. He is not judging Track alone, but there must be reports form the professionals who are treating Track. It's just a guess on my part, but it makes sense to me.

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    1. If that is the case - that he actually is a real treatment place and getting therapy - then I hope, they do random drug testing by taking blood as well as urine samples - under supervision (not that he can pay someone to pee in a cup for him)!
      But somehow, it does not make sense to me that they always postpone his appearance. Wouldn't they say something else, wouldn't it be more like 'mandatory appearance' for drug/alcohol treatment progress?

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    2. And, Track Palin's lawyer already said right from the get-go that if little Track failed to complete that court-ordered program that he would be given a 180 day suspended jail sentence. OOOOOOOOOOOooooooh that's tough I tell ya...real tough. Don't do the crime (beating the shit out of your girl friend), if you can't do the time (a 180 day suspended jail sentence).

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    3. I doubt that Track has ever been diagnosed with PTSD. He and Sarah are using that as an excuse. He's a spoiled, thuggish brat . . . has nothing to do with military service or PTSD.

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    4. He was "probably" messed up before he went into the military??? That is the only reason he went into the military. Because he "messed up" and broke the law, and lucky for him, Mommy got him an escape route from justice. He became a "war hero". Not really, but that's what we keep hearing from Mommy. I've said before that I feel like he grew up really pissed of because of his DNA, but at some point he needs to actually GROW UP.

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  4. Here is some information about the Veterans Court in Alaska. http://www.courtrecords.alaska.gov/webdocs/forms/pub-121.pdf

    How does the Anchorage Veterans Court work?
    Collaboration The Anchorage Veterans Court provides
    a single and consistent point of contact for eligible veterans in the criminal justice system. Together the court team and the VA behavioral health system work to create a therapeutic court process that promotes behavioral change for the veteran.

    Treatment Eligible veterans receive assistance in
    developing, coordinating and monitoring an individualized treatment plan through the Department of Veterans Affairs. The court then orders the planas conditions of bail.

    Alternative Sentencing
    The veteran “opts-in” to the Anchorage Veterans Court by entering into a plea agreement. The veteran must agree to plead Guilty or No Contest to a least one charge, and agree to receive one of two sentences: a regular court sentence if the participant does not complete his or her VA treatment plan or a lesser sentence if the participant completes his or her treatment plan.

    Monitoring by the Court
    The court monitors the veteran’s treatment plan through regularly held status hearings during which reports are given by the VA, the prosecutor, the veteran’s attorney and the veteran.

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    1. That may be how the Veteran's Court is set up for other people, but we all know that rules don't apply to the Palin family.

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