I strongly recommend that you stop posting information on the Internet where anyone can see it. The person referred to by name I assume is an attorney. If that assumption is correct, the method being used here to get in contact with him seems very inefficient. If you've been charged you need to talk privately with skilled counsel experienced in drug defense.
I sincerely am sorry to hear about what occurred in your case. Although they have stopped prosecuting cases involving these officers, it is not clear what they will do with older cases. At these point, it looks like the CW wants to defend the convictions that have already been obtained. Keep an eye on how things develop.
As Mr. Doyle indicated, the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office is withdrawing almost all open cases where the squad of narcotics officers that you speak of were involved in the investigation and/or arrest. There are a few that they are still proceeding on if these officers played a minor role and other officers made observations and recoveries.
As for your questions concerning Mr. Sciolla, only he can address that questions and you should contact him directly. If you are not on probation or parole (and you're obviously not incarcerated) then I'm not sure of a legal avenue that you have to undue your past conviction because you need to still be under court supervision (incarceration, parole or probation) in order to file a PCRA (Post-Conviction Relief Act) Petition. If you still are under supervision, then filing a PCRA may be a viable option for you to try and have your conviction overturned as you could try to claim "after-discovered evidence" as you're just learning about these allegations against these officers. But, there are time limits to file PCRAs under a newly discovered evidence theory.
If you have any questions or I can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me. I wish you the best of luck.
Brian M. Fishman
The posting of an answer to this question in no way creates an attorney-client relationship between myself and any reader. I always suggest you contact and hire a lawyer to receive legal advice.