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Harlan County, Ky., has a history of violence and corruption associated with coal mining, but because that industry in Appalachia is a shell of its former self, law enforcement is dedicating its resources elsewhere. The county has been hit hard by a new kind of crime -- prescription drug dealing -- and it's up to Sheriff Marvin J. Lipfird to get it under control. In the reality-documentary series "Kentucky Justice," Lipfird and his team of deputies target everyone from street-corner dealers to city officials in a quest to clean up communities.

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Sheriff Lipfird and his deputies are on high alert for illegal marijuana growers.
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DUI suspect has heart attack symptoms that might be related to using bath salt-laced cocaine.
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When a serial arsonist is on the loose, Sheriff Marvin J. Lipfird follows every lead possible.
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Sheriff Marvin J. Lipfird investigates arson in his old neighborhood; rookie deputy goes on a wild goose chase.
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Town Sheriff Marvin J. Lipfird and his dedicated team bring down dealers and make the county of Harlan, Ky., a safer place.

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