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Kenneth J Duke

Traffic, Workers' Compensation, DUI-DWI, Personal Injury

Kenneth J. Duke established his law office in Durham, North Carolina in 1984. Initially, Mr. Duke had a general practice in areas such as criminal def... (more)

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Kenneth J Duke
100 E. Parrish Street,Suite 300
Durham, NC 27701
35.995918,-78.902135

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100 E. Parrish Street,Suite 300
Durham, NC 27701

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