61-year-old James Galloway was sentenced to 24 years in prison after pleading guilty to several felony counts of home improvement fraud.
"Well, I believe in justice, believe in a sense of fair play, also believe they should take all the circumstances under consideration. I can sit here offering no excuses, anything that's happened. Mr. Hebler, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Hum, Mr. Swingel, and all the other 13-15 people I had scheduled to still do, later that year, I never got the opportunity. I would definitely, 100% would like to apologize to all those folks," Galloway says.
Throughout our interview today, Galloway maintained that he did not intentionally "scam" his clients and says he was a victim of his addiction.
Galloway says he is still facing charges in Gibson County.
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