Two graduate from Veterans Treatment Court


“It was a never-ending cycle” for one Kenosha County man, who said he racked up multiple drunken driving offenses and was in and out of jail.
But then Todd Orland, 46, of Bristol was accepted into the Second Judicial District’s Veterans Treatment Court 16 months ago. That district encompasses Racine, Kenosha and Walworth counties.
“I did 365 (Alcoholic Anonymous) meetings in 365 days. And I really committed to the program,” said Orland, an alarm salesman. Veterans Treatment Court helped him put “27 years and eight months of ridiculousness to an end,” he said.
Orland and a Racine County resident, both Army National Guard veterans, graduated from the program Tuesday. They received hugs from the judge, framed certificates and special court coins for completing Veterans Treatment Court. The two graduates comprised the fourth graduating class.
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