92: Veterans Day - The Marion County Veterans Court


November 9th, 2020

49 mins 20 secs

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About this Episode


Veterans Day is one of the most special holidays of the year. On this week's Leaders and Legends podcast, we are joined by Judge David Certo, Afghanistan combat veteran Brian Alvey, and our new friend and Navy veteran Rebecca Mills. Judge Certo runs the Marion County Veterans Court which does amazing work finding new hope and solutions for our veterans. We have a great discussion about how the military changes lives for the better and the services out there to help the men and women who served their country.


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