Brad Henry’s practice is devoted to federal criminal defense and appeals in Tennessee and nationwide. Mr. Henry focuses on complex criminal conspiracies and white collar criminal defense matters. He has represented clients in cases involving alleged wire, mail, bank, tax, mortgage, healthcare, honet services and securities fraud. He has also assisted individuals charged with or being investigated for tax evasion, bribery, extortion, public corruption, RICO violations, aggravated identity theft, and wiretapping. Mr. Henry has represents company presidents and CEOs, healthcare professionals, and other various corporate professionals.
Brad has also represented scores of indviduals in cases involving robbery, drugs, firearms and other violent or property offenses. Brad is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Mr. Henry's practice includes state court matters in Tennesse
Mr. Henry has significant experience in sentencing litigation. He has successfully handled sentencing and appeal proceedings for many clients—some of whom sought him out to replace the lawyers hired for trial. Mr. Henry has obtained below guideline sentences in a significant number of his cases.
Charge: Conspiracy to distribute methcathinone facing four years and nine months in prison
Charge: Bank Fraud Result: Deferred prosecution resulting in no conviction
Charge: Bank fraud facing up to 20 years in prison
Charge: Conspiracy to distribute Oxycodone facing a minimum of 10 years to a maximum of life in prison
Charge: Conspiracy to distribute cocaine facing a minimum of 10 years to a maximum of life in prison
Charge: Witness Tampering facing a minimum of 15 years and a maximum of 17 years and six months in prison
Result: Sentence reduced to six years and six months in prison
Charge: Hobbs Act Robbery and related firearms offense
Result: Case dismissed and client plead to non-violent witness tampering
Charge: Medicare Fraud Result: Probation
Charge: Arms Export Control Act violation Result: Probation
Charge: Bank Fraud
Result: Case Dismissed
Charge: Marijuana and Ecstacy Conspiracy
Mr. Henry successfully represented an individual in charges resulting from the largest cash seizure in the southern United States in history. He was able to negotiate a favorable plea, and avoid additional charges from other districts for other known criminal activity.
Mr. Henry was a member of the team who represented a regional executive of a national organization in criminal RICO charges. After significant litigation, including an interlocutory appeal, the legal team successfully negotiated a significantly reduced plea agreement.Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome in your case.
Mr. Henry represented an individual charged with theft of trade secrets from an internation medical manufacturing company. Mr. Henry was able to secure a sentence of time-served.