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    Bryan Carrier, right, and his attorney, Walt McKee, confer Monday during a hearing in Augusta at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, where Carrier asked to have his drivers license restored.

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    Bureau of Motor Vehicles hearing officer Ben Tucker listens Monday to responses to questions of Bryan Carrier during a hearing in Augusta.

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    Bryan Carrier, right, answers questions Monday from Bureau of Motor Vehicles hearing officer Ben Tucker, left, as Carrier's attorney, Walt McKee, listens. Convicted of manslaughter in the 1996 triple fatal car crash that cost him his driving privileges for life, Carrier asked for the hearing to get his license back.

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    Friends and relatives of three people killed in a 1996 car crash listen to testimony on Monday by Bryan Carrier at a Augusta at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles where Carrier asked to have his drivers license restored. Carrier was convicted of the manslaughter for the accident and had his driving privileges revoked for life. Family and friends of the victims are, from left: Royce Jewell and his partner, Tanya Morris, of Canaan, and Tracey Rotondi, of Athens.

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    Bryan Carrier answers questions Monday from Bureau of Motor Vehicles hearing officer Ben Tucker during a hearing in Augusta to get his license back.

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