Drug Crime Attorneys | Serving Harrisburg, PA
Harrisburg Drug Violation Law Firm
4309 Linglestown Rd., Suite 107
Harrisburg, PA 17112
The Law Office of Roy Galloway, LLC is a premiere criminal defense and family law firm located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. We have achieved many successful outcomes for our clients ranging from not guilty verdicts in criminal homicide and aggravated assault cases to achieving successful resolutions for our clients facing divorces, custody disputes and adoption issues. We take the time needed to get to know all of our clients on a personal level and develop a strategy and plan customized to suite their unique situation- this allows us achieve the most favorable outcome for our clients. Our past clients frequently refer their family and friends to us because of the customer service we provide and the results that we achieve.
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March 2014 Commonwealth vs. T.M.- Our client was charged with criminal homicide after shooting an unarmed person who attempted to assault him. Following a two -day trial, our client was acquitted of murder due to a self-defense claim.
June 2016- Commonwealth vs. DJ- Client was charged with drug trafficking in the York County Court of Common Pleas. Our Client was taken into police custody because his brother made a drug sale to an undercover officer, and while in custody was observed on video trying to swallow and crush crack cocaine with his foot. Our office challenged the constitutionality of our client’s detention on grounds that the officers lacked probable cause to detain our client. The Court agreed that our client was unlawfully detained and the evidence was dismissed, which lead to the government dismissing the charges.
August 2016- In the Interest of T.B.R.- Our Client was charged with 3 counts of simple assault for allegedly fighting three classmates in school. The incident was captured on video. Following a three (3) hour hearing, all charges were dismissed.