Mr. Gerald (Gerry) Healy, commissioned as a Judge Advocate into the United States Marine Corps in 2004. Mr. Healy quickly earned a reputation as a fierce and tireless advocate for his clients. After rising to the position of Senior Defense Counsel in the Marine Corps, Captain Healy secured a notable number of acquittals in a jurisdiction boasting a 95% conviction rate and successfully argued the unlawful command influence of the Commandant of the Marine Corps in 2012. Mr. Healy represented dozens of military clients in cases ranging from drug use and sexual assault to fraud and espionage over nearly a decade of experience before his honorable discharge from the Marines in 2012. Mr. Healy was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal for his tireless and successful efforts as a military defense attorney.
Since leaving active duty Mr. Healy has gone on to represent servicemembers in all military branches across the country and the world. Mr. Healy was recently selected by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys as “10 Best” criminal law attorneys in the State of South Carolina. In 2014, and 2015, American Society of Legal Advocates (ASLA) selected Mr. Healy as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Lawyers in the State of South Carolina.
Mr. Healy has taught and presented at several national conferences and seminars on topics of military law, police interrogative tactics, and false confessions. Mr. Healy, is a member of several professional associations, such as National Legal Aid and Defender Association.
With experience as both a military lawyer and a civilian defense attorney, Gerry Healy brings a unique perspective to the complex, formidable sphere of military law.
Mr. Healy is a member of the Connecticut Bar.