The Premier Law Firm Defending Military Members Worldwide
- Since 1973 -
When it comes to your career or your freedom, only trust your case to experienced counsel.
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80+ Years Collective Experience
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Initial consultations are confidential, but do not constitute the creation of an attorney-client relationship.
Experience counts. We are one of the most experienced law firms in the country specializing in military law.
With over 80 years of collective practice, members of the firm have represented service members of all ranks in nearly every major military case since Vietnam.
We have handled, with success, virtually every type of case related to military law at nearly every installation.
We handle all administrative and criminal matters related to active duty, reserve, retired, or national guard service. Practice areas include:
Members of the firm have defended service members at nearly every military installation worldwide. Choice of counsel is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Many issues can be resolved through written and telephonic communications. Other issues demand travel. Regardless, we stand ready to help you achieve a favorable outcome for your case.
Gary Myers, the firm's founder and a former JAG Officer, is one of the most experienced civilian military lawyers in America.
For 43 years, from My Lai to Abu Ghraib, and Haditha, Mr. Myers has dedicated his life and his legal practice to the representation of men and women in every branch of the military in every practice area of military law. Mr. Myers has tried court-martial cases in every service involving virtually every crime named in the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
His appeals work has taken him to the Army, Navy/Marine Corps and Air Force appellate courts as well as the highest military court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. Mr. Myers has represented service members before the Boards for Correction of Military Records, Physical Evaluation Boards, the Discharge Review Boards, the evaluation appeals boards and separation and show cause boards of every service. Further, Mr. Myers has been a leader in addressing the consequences of PTSD in both disciplinary and medical retirement cases.
Daniel Conway has quickly become one of the most well-respected military lawyers in the country. His recent results speak volumes. He's been featured as an expert on military justice on nearly every major national news networks (CBS, CNN, MSNBC, BBC, and others). Mr. Conway also has a book on military crimes and defenses near publication with a major legal publishing company.
Mr. Conway has defended service members in some of the most significant military cases in recent memory. He has become an expert in defending sexual assault cases, drug cases, and nearly every offense under the UCMJ. Over the last nearly 10 years in private practice, Mr. Conway has developed a superb record of success.
He has represented members in all services in matters involving Courts-Martial, Correction of Military Records, Article 15s, Reprimands, Appeals, Separation Boards, Security Clearance Denials, Discharge Upgrades, and Evaluation Appeals.
Call for a free consultation. Mr. Conway is available 7 days a week. Including anytime of day or night for service members serving globally.
Lauren Johnson-Naumann is a military lawyer who served as an Air Force JAG Officer, serving nearly 22 years in the military and retiring as a lieutenant colonel. Ms.Johnson-Naumann is a former Deputy Chief of the Air Force Trial Defense Division and Area Defense Counsel and has extensive experience in all military law matters. She served as the Deputy Staff Judge Advocate for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Ms. Johnson-Naumann's concentration within the firm is in the areas of administrative law and appellate matters.
Ms. Johnson-Naumann's representations extend from Board for Corrections of Military Records work to appeals of all adverse determinations including courts-martial, disability percentage awards, promotion denials, reprimands, adverse evaluations and titling actions by the NCIS, CID, OSI and CGIS.
Brian Pristera is a Richmond, Virginia native. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. After spending some time as a DuPont engineer, specifically working on Kevlar manufacturing and ballistics applications, Mr. Pristera attended law school at the University of New Hampshire.
On July 4, 2010, Mr. Pristera commissioned in the U.S. Army in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Mr. Pristera spent almost six years on active duty. He spent just over three of those years in criminal defense, working for the U.S. Army Trial Defense Service. His other assignments included serving as the Chief of Legal Assistance, a Special Assistant United States Attorney, and a Contract and Fiscal Law Attorney. Mr. Pristera is currently a Captain in the U.S. Army Reserves and continues to work as a criminal defense attorney for the 154th Legal Operations Detachment. He also teaches legal writing at William and Mary Law School.
Mr. Pristera is a leading expert on appellate litigation. He has a proven track record as defense counsel in courts-martial practice, separation boards, and filings with the boards for correction of military records.
The information on this page is informational in nature. Nothing on this or associated pages should be construed as legal advice for a particular case. Likewise, the information on this website does not constitute the creation of an attorney-client relationship.
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