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'Stand Down' offers housing, job, legal help to veterans

Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier<br>Volunteer and retired Yavapai County Judge Ralph Hess works with Army Vietnam Veteran Stephen Mullen on a breach-of-contract case against a cellphone company Saturday morning during the Veterans Stand Down event at the Prescott United Methodist Church.

Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier<br>Volunteer and retired Yavapai County Judge Ralph Hess works with Army Vietnam Veteran Stephen Mullen on a breach-of-contract case against a cellphone company Saturday morning during the Veterans Stand Down event at the Prescott United Methodist Church.

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