Prior to forming Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin with his partners, Attorney Galvin operated his own law practice out of Boston. While there, he successfully defended his clients in both the district and superior courts throughout Massachusetts. The primary focus of his office was in criminal and civil litigation.
Before becoming a defense attorney, Attorney Galvin worked as an assistant district attorney in Suffolk County. As an ADA, he handled hundreds of cases involving drug offenses, assaultive crimes, OUI offenses, firearm possessions, shootings, kidnappings, home invasions, robberies, motor vehicle homicides and murders. He spent four years with the DA’s Homicide Response Team. Attorney Galvin was also member of the Gang Unit and successfully prosecuted numerous motions and trials involving gang-related violence and firearm violations. Additionally, he was also the prosecuting supervisor of both the Central and Dorchester divisions of the Boston Municipal Court. As supervisor, Attorney Galvin was responsible for the daily training of the attorneys in each of the courts.
Attorney Galvin began his thirteen-year career with the District Attorney’s Office as an investigator for the Senior Trial Unit. His work as an investigator included assisting attorneys with trial preparation; locating and interviewing witnesses; discovering and evaluating evidence; report writing; surveillance and testifying in court.
Attorney Galvin graduated cum laude from New England School of Law in 2001. He made Dean’s List each semester and was a recipient of the New England Scholar Award. He was also a staff writer and editor for the New England Journal of Criminal and Civil Confinement. Attorney Galvin graduated magna cum laude from Iona College in New York.
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