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Serving : Albany, Ashland, Brooksville, Corbin, Flemingsburg, Hazard, Irvine, Liberty, London, McKee, Maysville, Middlesboro, Monticello, Morehead, Mt. Olivet, Mt. Vernon, Owingsville, Pikeville, Somerset, South Williamson, Stanford, Stanton, Williamsburg

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YOU MUST FILE A CHALLENGE TO YOUR KENTUCKY DUI , OR YOU WILL LOSE YOUR LICENSE WITHOUT A HEARING. CONTACT A KENTUCKY DUI ATTORNEY IMMEDIATELY!!

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Area Code 606: Albany, Ashland, Brooksville, Corbin, Flemingsburg, Hazard, Irvine, Liberty, London, McKee, Maysville, Middlesboro, Monticello, Morehead, Mt. Olivet, Mt. Vernon, Owingsville, Pikeville, Somerset, South Williamson, Stanford, Stanton, Williamsburg

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