Bradley L. Henry
A leading white collar and federal criminal defense attorney with experience litigating in federal trial and appellate courts across the country.
Bradley L. Henry has dedicated his career to representing individuals who face investigation or prosecution by their company, the United States Department of Justice or other law enforcement and administrative agencies. He focuses his practice on white collar criminal defense, federal criminal defense, government investigations, federal asset forfeiture and appeals.
previous legal experience
Prior to launching The Henry Law Firm PLLC, Bradley served as Of Counsel to a well regarded white collar criminal defense boutique litigation firm in New York City. Bradley also maintains his position as partner with The law firm of Breeding & Henry, LLC, serving clients throughout the Southeast United States practicing in the areas of white collar criminal defense, federal criminal defense, construction litigation and complex commercial litigation. In those positions, Bradley has tried cases throughout the country, and has actively engaged in appellate practice in multiple circuit courts and the United States Supreme Court.
Bradley is also active in driving change in federal criminal defense. He devotes time to the Clemency Project and other criminal justice reform initiatives in order to reshape the way criminal offenses are prosecuted and punished.
Bradley has been recognized by Martindale-Hubbell AV-Preeminent 5 out of 5 for ethical standards and legal ability. He’s been listed as a Rising Star by SuperLawyers in the New York Metro area and Mid-South United States for White Collar Criminal Defense, and maintains a perfect rating on Avvo. Bradley has also been Lead Counsel rated in federal and appellate criminal defense.
memberships & licenses
Bradley is a member and serves on several boards for the Federal Bar Council, The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, The New York City Bar and The Association of Federal Defense Attorneys. Bradley has also devoted significant time to the representation of low-income individuals in federal courts around the country including in the Southern District of New York, Eastern District of Tennessee, Middle District of Tennessee, The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.