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The Law Offices of Roy K. Lisko - State College, PA

State College Criminal Defense Law Firm
204 East Calder WaySuite 304State College, PA 16801-4756
Accepts Credit Cards
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The Law Offices of Roy K. LiskoLaw Firm Law Firm Overview

Attorney Roy Lisko is the founder of our State College law firm, Lisko & Associates. When Mr. Lisko established our firm, he did so in order to provide the residents of Centre County and the surrounding areas in Central Pennsylvania with high-quality legal services in the areas of criminal defense and personal injury law. Today, our legal team continues to strive toward that original goal by providing aggressive representation to the clients who turn to us for help.

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Attorney Roy Lisko is the founder of our State College law firm, Lisko & Associates. When Mr. Lisko established our firm, he did so in order to provide the residents of Centre County and the surrounding areas in Central Pennsylvania with high-quality legal services in the areas of criminal defense and personal injury law. Today, our legal team continues to strive toward that original goal by providing aggressive representation to the clients who turn to us for help.

Mr. Lisko began his professional career as a police officer before deciding to further his education by attending law school. He earned his law degree from Capital University Law School and began his legal career in Ohio in 1978, where he served as assistant attorney general. In 1979, he returned to Pennsylvania to take a position as assistant district attorney in Centre County. After having gained valuable experience in both roles, he founded Lisko & Associates in 1981.

Whether your legal need stems from a recent arrest or a personal injury caused by another person's negligent act, you can put your trust in our experienced attorney. Mr. Lisko will put his nearly 40 years of experience to work on your case. By scheduling a free initial consultation at our State College law office, you can learn more about how our law firm can help you. 

 

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Criminal Defense
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Law Offices of Roy Lisko & Associates
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204 East Calder WaySuite 304State College, PA 16801-4756
Phone
814-753-4413
Fax
814-237-6679
Offers Free Initial Consultation
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Accepts Credit Cards
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Using a Toxicologist Trial Practice Newsletter, Vol. 2, August, 1988
Hospital Liability University of Missouri, Kansas City Law Review, Vol. 47, 1978
Personal Advocacy Trial Practice Newsletter, Vol. 1, September, 1987
Book Review: Juror Misconduct: Law and Litigation, Trial, Hardwick and Ware, June, 1989
Book Review: Jury Selection, Colson and Neely, September, 1987
Book Review: Judging the Jury, Trial, Hans and Vidmar, September, 1986Book Review: Causes of Action, Trial, Shepard's/McGraw-Hill, October, 1985Book Review: Dirty Dealing, A.B.A. Journal, August, 1985Book Review: Art of Advocacy: Settlement, The Barrister, Summer, 1984Book Review: National Jury Project, Jurywork: Systematic Techniques, April, 1984Book Review: Criminal Evidence, Klotter, June, 1981Book Review: Search and Seizure: A Treatise on the Fourth Amendment, LaFave, 15 The Prosecutor No. 5, 1981Are the Courts Listening to Voiceprints?, 12 Creighton University Law Review 517, 1978-1979Book Review: Crisis in Health Care, Braverman, June, 1979Book Review: Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life, Trial, April, 1979Hospital Liability under Theories of Respondent Superior and Corporate Negligence, 47 University of Missouri at Kansas City Law Review 171, 1978Inventory Searches of Motor Vehicles: The Effect of South Dakota v. Opperman, 6 Capital University Law Review 315, 1976Using a Toxicologist Trial Practice Newsletter, Vol. 2, August, 1988Hospital Liability University of Missouri, Kansas City Law Review, Vol. 47, 1978Personal Advocacy Trial Practice Newsletter, Vol. 1, September, 1987Book Review: Juror Misconduct: Law and Litigation, Trial, Hardwick and Ware, June, 1989Book Review: Jury Selection, Colson and Neely, September, 1987Book Review: Judging the Jury, Trial, Hans and Vidmar, September, 1986Book Review: Causes of Action, Trial, Shepard's/McGraw-Hill, October, 1985Book Review: Dirty Dealing, A.B.A. Journal, August, 1985Book Review: Art of Advocacy: Settlement, The Barrister, Summer, 1984Book Review: National Jury Project, Jurywork: Systematic Techniques, April, 1984Book Review: Criminal Evidence, Klotter, June, 1981Book Review: Search and Seizure: A Treatise on the Fourth Amendment, LaFave, 15 The Prosecutor No. 5, 1981Are the Courts Listening to Voiceprints?, 12 Creighton University Law Review 517, 1978-1979Book Review: Crisis in Health Care, Braverman, June, 1979Book Review: Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life, Trial, April, 1979Hospital Liability under Theories of Respondent Superior and Corporate Negligence, 47 University of Missouri at Kansas City Law Review 171, 1978Inventory Searches of Motor Vehicles: The Effect of South Dakota v. Opperman, 6 Capital University Law Review 315, 1976
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814-753-4413
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814-237-6679
204 East Calder WaySuite 304State College, PA 16801-4756