The Honorable Mark A. Henry
(USAFR RET 1989 – 2010)
(ARMY 2002– 2005)
(USMC RET 1980 – 2001)
Jared A. Robinson
(ARNG +20 years)
1100 Rosenberg Ave. Galveston, TX 77550
Office: (409) 200-2412
Fax: (409) 200-2413
Assistant District Attorney
(ARMY 2000– 2006)
(Note: ADA cannot speak with Defendants)
ü Be charge with a criminal offense: either felony or misdemeanor in Galveston County
ü Be a US military Veteran, on Active Duty, or serve in the Reserves, National Guard, or State Guard
ü Be Active Duty or currently discharged as: Honorable; or General Under Honorable Conditions
ü Be a resident of Galveston County
ü The Veteran must be suffering from a brain injury, mental illness or mental disorder, which can include Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or was a victim of Military Sexual Trauma that:
A) Occurred during or resulted from the Veterans military service, and
B) Affected the defendants criminal conduct at issue in the case, or
C) Considering the circumstances of the defendants conduct, personal and social background, and criminal history, is likely to achieve the objective of ensuring public safety through rehabilitation of the Veteran in a manner provided by Section 1.02(1), Penal Code.
The VTC program is voluntary and normally (12) months in duration. There are two tracks offered in the VTC program:
Track 1 – Pretrial Diversion and Track 2 – Deferred Adjudication or regular Probation.
There is a standard $1000 VTC Program Fee, which takes the place of all fines and costs.
Compliance with probation conditions as well as treatment is mandatory. The District Attorney has final approval for eligibility as well as Track 1 and/or Track 2 offers. All cases will be reviewed for acceptance on a case-by-case basis.