Military Criminal Defense Attorneys

Put More than 100 Years of Combined Experience to Work for You

Founded in 1973, the law firm of Gary Myers, Daniel Conway and Associates is one of the most experienced military law firms in the country. Together, Gary Myers and Daniel Conway have authored the Handbook of Crimes and Defenses in the Military with Thomson Reuters. Our team consists of highly experienced lawyers who have over 100 years of combined experience representing members of the military. Our military criminal defense lawyers have represented service members in court-martials, separation boards, discharge review boards, medical evaluation boards, federal courts, and the boards for correction of military records. We have represented service members in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, National Guard, Coast Guard. We are available for a free initial consultation 24/7, so contact us today.

We Represent Military Service Members Worldwide

At Gary Myers, Daniel Conway & Associates, we represent men and women in every branch of the military and in every area of military law. We have represented service-members at nearly every installation world-wide. We believe in treating military service members fairly, representing them aggressively, and working with our clients to minimize the burdens of a first-class legal defense.

Watch to learn about our worldwide practice & successful defense of service members at nearly every installation around the globe.

Meet the Attorneys

Our Team of Experienced Military Lawyers

Client Testimonials

Hear from Service Members We've Helped
  • “Characterization of Service-Upgraded!”

    Anonymous Saint Petersburg, FL
  • “Brian Pristera is an extremely professional and knowledgeable attorney that takes the time to understand your needs and give you the defense you deserve”

    Shawn San Diego, CA
  • “Helped me save my career!”

    BP White, GA
  • “Highly recommended!!”

    PFC McCullough Fairbanks, AK
  • “Mr. Conway handled my case with the upmost professionalism and was extremely knowledgeable in every area of the proceedings. Hiring this firm was the best choice! They saved my career for sure!”

    JP Camp Pendleton, CA
  • “"DONT GIVE UP ON YOURSELF JUST BECAUSE OTHERS HAVE GIVEN UP ON YOU"”

    Sgt D ANAHEIM, CA
  • “There is HOPE!”

    Satisifed Wichita, KS
  • “Appeal through BCNR”

    Mitchell Watkinsville, GA
  • “Justice Served”

    Army Officer Bethesda, MD
  • “Money Returned!”

    Grateful Naples, FL
  • “Dan is a driving force”

    A. Smith Ft Wainwright, AK
  • “Having Joe Gailli and his experience was profound”

    SSGT Smith Twentynine palms, CA
  • “Full Acquittal of Sexual Assault”

    Army Officer Washington, DC
  • “Gary got my witnesses and recommendation letters on point and got me ready to testify at my hearing. Because of his representation I was recommended for retention. ”

    Former Client
  • “The Best Defense Available”

    Former Client Louisiana, LA

Our Results

Prior Results Do Not Guarantee a Similar Outcome

Our lawyers have handled a wide array of cases in their more than 100 years of combined experience. When facing criminal charges as a member of the military, it is important to have an attorney who is experienced in military law and processes. We encourage you to read through some of our past cases to learn more about our experiences and the kind of results we achieve for our clients.

Here are results from the last 45 days. For a sample of results since 2015, see below.

2 August 2021: Mr. Conway got sexual assault charges against an Airman dismissed in exchange for an Article 15.

30 July 2021: Mr. Conway represented an Army master sergeant accused of sexual assault at Ft. Sam Houston. The master sergeant was found not guilty.

21 July 2021: Mr. Conway got indecent recording charges involving an officer reduced to a reprimand.

10 June 2021: Mr. Conway represented a master sergeant at an administrative separation board accused of sexual assault. The board found no basis and retained.

May 2021 - Two charges of Rape and other related charges were dismissed after the Preliminary Hearing under Article 32 for an NCO facing life imprisonment if the charges had gone forward. Mr. Pristera convinced the hearing officer and the convening authority not to proceed in the case despite two separate alleged victims with rape allegations. Mr. Pristera dissected the evidence and the credibility concerns of the allegations and demonstrated that proceeding to a Court Martial would be inappropriate.

April 2021 – Mr. Pristera obtained DES processing and the recalculation of an appropriate retirement disability percentage for a former Soldier who served on active duty in the 90s. Medical records and service records from over 20 years ago demonstrated that the member was inappropriately separated and denied medical processing and consideration for medical retirement.

26 April 2021: Mr. Conway represented a Soldier accused of sexual assault. General discharge for a Soldier accused of sexual assault.

24 April 2021: Mr. Conway represented a commander issued General Officer Memorandum of Reprimand for sexual assault. Sexual assault allegation removed from reprimand.

23 April 2021: Mr. Conway represented master sergeant accused of sexual assault. He made incriminating statements on a pretext call. Mixed verdict. No reduction in rank. No discharge.

16 April 2021: Mr. Conway represented a Soldier facing sexual assault allegations from four women. Not guilty to three out of four.

2 April 2021: Mr. Conway represented an Air Force Officer accused of sexual assault. The government withdrew and dismissed after opening statements.

March 2021 -Mr. Pristera represented a Naval Officer to appeal an evaluation before the BCNR. Upon appeal, the evaluation was removed from the Officer’s record.

AS FEATURED ON:

  • Vanity Fair
  • Texas Monthly
  • The New Yorker
  • MSNBC
  • People Magazine
  • Wall Street Journal
  • Rolling Stone Magazine
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Navy Times
  • AirForce Times
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