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Meet The Seattle Veterans Treatment Court Team

Honorable Willie Gregory, VTC Judge
Seattle Municipal Court

Judge Willie Gregory has been on the Seattle Municipal Court bench since January of 2011.


Kevin Devine, LICSW
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
Veterans Justice Outreach Coordinator
kevin.devine@med.va.gov

Kevin Devine is a clinical social worker who has worked for the last 11 years as a mental health clinician at VA Puget Sound in the PTSD Outpatient Clinic and the Addiction Treatment Center. He is currently the Veterans Justice Outreach Coordinator, working with justice-involved Veterans and serving as a liaison between various criminal justice entities (courts, local jails, law enforcement) and VA mental health treatment services.


Diana A. Belletti, LICSW
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
Veterans Justice Outreach Coordinator
diana.belletti@va.gov

Diana Belletti is a clinical social worker who has worked for the last 5 years as a mental health clinician at VA Puget Sound in the Addiction Treatment Center and Deployment Health Clinic. She is currently a Veterans Justice Outreach Coordinator, working with justice-involved Veterans and serving as a liaison between various criminal justice entities (courts, local jails, law enforcement) and VA mental health treatment services. Diana received her B.S. in Psychology and Masters of Social Work from the University of Washington.


Burns Petersen, Associated Counsel for the Accused
Supervising Attorney, Defense Attorney Veterans Court
Robert.Petersen@kingcounty.gov

Burns Petersen is a supervising attorney in Seattle Municipal Court (SMC) for the public defense firm Associated Counsel for the Accused. He has been involved in the development and implementation of Veterans Treatment Court and is currently the lead defense attorney for veterans engaged in the court. His responsibilities also include supervising a team of trial attorneys in Seattle Municipal Court, and co-supervision of the defense teams in the SMC Mental Health Court and the King County Regional Mental Health Court. Burns has over 25 years experience as a public defender. He obtained a B.A. at Michigan State University, a M.A. from the University of Washington, and his J.D. from Seattle University.


Marcus Naylor, Northwest Defender Association
Supervising Attorney, Defense Attorney Veterans Court
Marcus.Naylor@kingcounty.gov

Marcus Naylor has represented defendants in Seattle Municipal, King County District, Juvenile and Superior courts. He previously supervised the District Court and Felony Units. Marcus has volunteered on the Judicial Evaluation Committee and Organized Retail Crimes Task Force. Marcus received his J.D from Seattle University School of Law.


Troy Janet
Seattle Municipal Court Probation Division
troy.janet@seattle.gov

Troy Janet is a Probation Counselor for Seattle Municipal Court's Probation Division. Prior to joining the City of Seattle, Troy worked as a CPS investigator for Washington State Department of Social & Health Services. Prior to CPS, Troy was a Community Corrections Officer for Washington State in various King County offices for 4 years. Troy was born and raised in the Seattle area and received his BA from Central Washington University in Sociology.


Todd Sanders
Seattle Municipal Court Probation Division
todd.sanders@seattle.gov

Todd Sanders is a Probation Counselor for Seattle Municipal Court's Probation Division. Prior to joining the City of Seattle, Todd was employed as a Probation Officer and Supervisor for 25 years at United States Probation and Pretrial Services before retiring in September 2012. Todd also previously worked for four years as a Community Corrections Officer for the Washington State Department of Corrections. Todd is a lifelong resident of the Seattle area and received his undergraduate degree from Seattle University. 


Valinda M. Hayes-Martinez
WDVA
Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Project Supervisor
King County Incarcerated Veterans Program
valindah@dva.wa.gov

Valinda Hayes-Martinez has her Bachelor's Degree in Women and Gender Studies from the University of Tulsa where she completed her senior thesis on Women in Incarceration. Upon graduation, she began working with incarcerated juveniles before relocating to the Seattle Area. She is currently a Case Manager at the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs working in the Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Program assisting veterans that are currently incarcerated, recently released or at risk of incarceration transition into society as seamlessly and successfully as possible. She is also an 8 year US Navy veteran.  


Alexa Huling
WDVA
Veterans Benefits Specialist
King County Incarcerated Veterans Program
alexah@dva.wa.gov

Alexa Huling is a Veterans Benefits Specialist Case Manager at the WDVA Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Program. Prior to joining the WDVA, Alexa worked at Community Psychiatric Clinic Impact Program as a Forensic Boundary Spanner, screening incarcerated individuals for Seattle Municipal Mental Health Court, Regional Mental Health Court, and Drug Diversion Court for treatment eligibility and case management. Previous to that, she worked at Perinatal Treatment Services with pregnant and parenting women as a counselor. Alexa has a BA in Human Services and her certification as a Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP).


Kyle Tull
WDVA
Veterans Benefits Specialist
King County Incarcerated Veterans Program
kyletull@dva.wa.gov

Kyle Tull is a Veterans Benefits Specialist Case Manager at the WDVA Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Program. Prior to joining the WDVA, Kyle was employed at Sound Mental Health as a Reentry Case Manager, working with incarcerated individuals to successfully transition back into the community. Kyle has a BA in Criminal Justice from Gonzaga University.


Chelsea Baylen, Ph.D.
King County Mental Health, Chemical Abuse and Dependency Services Division Veterans Justice Coordinator
chelsea.baylen@kingcounty.gov

Chelsea Baylen is a clinical psychologist who worked for the last 7 years at the VA, providing mental health treatment and addiction services at the VHA for 2 of those years, and participating in adjudication of VA disability compensation claims at the VBA for 5 of those years. She is currently King County’s Veterans Justice Coordinator, providing systems and services coordination for veterans in the justice system and uniting the local justice system with governmental and community-based veterans service providers.


To Be Named - Coming Soon
Veteran's Court Liaison
Sound Mental Health

 


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Court Calendar

Veterans Treatment Court is held on Tuesdays, 1:30 p.m., Courtroom 1101.

Referral Process

**NOTE: NEW REFERRAL EMAIL

Requests to enter this program should be made in writing to
VeteransTreatmentCourt_Team @Seattle.Gov using the designated referral forms below. All documents are in .pdf format.


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Contact Information

Seattle Veterans Treatment Court

Josh Sattler, Chief Clerk
Attn:
    Veterans Treatment Court
600 5th Ave
PO Box 34987
Seattle, Wa 98104-4987

Contact us via email

Phone:206-684-5682
TTY phone: 206-684-5210
FAX: 206-233-0056