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DANIEL CONWAY
conway@mclaw.us

 


Interview on CNN
Daniel Conway, a former Marine Staff Sergeant, served in the United States Marine Corps as an intelligence analyst. In 1999, he deployed to the former Indonesian province of East Timor for a peace enforcement mission in support of International Forces East Timor. He then briefly served in the Reserves as the Intelligence Chief with 4th Reconnaissance Battalion, while completing his undergraduate degree at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Daniel Conway received his law degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law.

Since joining the firm, Daniel Conway has enjoyed success in the courtroom. He was a key member of the defense teams in the Haditha case, the Marine Special Operations Command case, the defense of an Army sniper charged with murder, and the defense of a Marine sniper accused of manslaughter. He is also lead counsel in the Stryker case out of Fort Lewis.

Daniel Conway has represented service members of all branches and ranks across the globe. He has made a number of representation trips to Iraq including the Camp Victory Complex, Forward Operating Base War Eagle, and Forward Operating Base Rustimiyah. He also travelled to Bagram Air Base and successfully defended a Soldier accused of involuntary manslaughter in Afghanistan.

Daniel Conway is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association and is President of the Military Law Section. In September 2008, he was featured in the New Hampshire Bar News. He has been active in helping the New Hampshire Bar support veterans' rights. He has been quoted discussing military justice in nearly every major newspaper, major magazines, and on television.
Daniel Conway during the Stryker 5 case at Lewis.

His NH Bar Number is 18263. His Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces Bar Number is 34771.

Quotes:

Los Angeles Times, 15 July 2008.
"Our Marines deserve the benefit of the doubt when they make good-faith decisions to use force in self-defense during combat," Daniel Conway, one of [the] attorneys, said after the hearing officer's report was released.

The Associated Press, 11 February 2008.
"Another defense attorney, Daniel Conway, told reporters during the lunch break that the soldier had slept just 2 1/2 hours during a 74-hour period last spring. "The Army took the best and brightest and pushed them beyond their breaking point, he said."

Washington Post, 20 November 2010.
"We're very pleased the Army Court of Criminal Appeals will consider this," Conway said. "It's a very serious issue when an American soldier is denied his constitutional rights to a public trial and to present exculpatory evidence."

Seattle Times, 16 November 2010.
"PFC Holmes has a right to an open trial and a right to present exculpatory evidence," Conway said. "When somebody's shot with a machine gun, you expect there to be bullet holes."



SPIEGEL TV's 'Kill Team' Documentary


Interview on MSNBC




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