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PO Box 50260 Commerce St Eddyville, KY 42038- 8629
State of Kentucky (Main Office) Public Advocacy Dept. P.O. Box 555 635 Trade Ave. Eddyville, KY 42038 (502) 564-8006
State of Kentucky Public Advocacy Dept Ky State Reformatory La Grange, KY 40032 (502) 222-9441
State of Kentucky Public Advocacy Dept PO Box 991 S Main St Hopkinsville, KY 42240 (502) 887-2527
State of Kentucky Public Advocacy Dept. PO Box 277 4th & Main St London, KY 40741 (606) 878-8042
State of Kentucky Public Advocacy Dept. PO Box 725 108 Marshall St Stanton, KY 40380 - 0725 (606) 663-2844
State of Kentucky Public Advocacy Dept. 300 N 1st St La Grange, KY 40031 - 1502 (502) 222-7712
State of Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy 5 Mill Creek Park Section 101 Frankfort, KY 40601 - 1108 (502) 564-8006
State of Kentucky Suite 300 189 S Mayo Trail Pikeville, KY 41501 - 1517 (606) 432-3176
State of Kentucky Public Advocacy Dept. PO Box 154 203 W Main St Stanford, KY 40484 - 0154 (606) 365-8060
State of Kentucky Public Advocacy Dept. Suite B 400 Park Ave Paducah, KY 42001 - 0611 (502) 444-8285
State of Kentucky Public Advocacy Dept PO Box 1038 Rt 30 South Morehead, KY 40351 - 5038 (606) 784-6418
State of Kentucky Public Advocacy Dept. 116 N 2nd St Richmond, KY 40475 - 1406 (606) 623-8413
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