Last Updated: June 6, 2024

Attorney Brad Henderson

Bradley Henderson – As a decorated military veteran, his experience as a United States Air Force JAG officer has given Bradley Henderson a breadth and depth of knowledge and experience in the American criminal justice system that is rare among Utah attorneys. After more than 12 years of honorable service in…

Bradley Henderson – As a decorated military veteran, his experience as a United States Air Force JAG officer has given Bradley Henderson a breadth and depth of knowledge and experience in the American criminal justice system that is rare among Utah attorneys. After more than 12 years of honorable service in the United States Air Force, Mr. Henderson returned to Utah. He now applies the legal talents he developed as a prosecutor in both federal and military courts to his defense of individuals who are facing criminal charges throughout Utah.

As a member of the Stone River Law criminal defense team, Mr. Henderson provides valuable insights gained from his training and experience as a prosecutor. His knowledge and understanding of the criminal just system is an asset both to his own clients and to the entire criminal defense team at Sone River Law. Whether you are facing criminal prosecution in Utah’s district or justice court systems, federal court, or the military court system, Mr. Henderson and the Stone River Law criminal defense team can help.

Spanish-Speaking Lawyer – El abogado Henderson también habla español. Si a usted se le acusa de un delito, Señor Henderson y los abogados defensores del Stone River Law pueden ayudarse.

Academic Background

Juris Doctor
The Marshall–Wythe School of Law, College of William and Mary

Bachelor of Arts – International Relations Latin American Studies Minor
Brigham Young University

Practice Areas

Bradley Henderson focuses his practice primarily in criminal defense, including felony and misdemeanor defense, expungements, pardons, and 402 reductions. He also serves clients’ needs in the area of estate planning.

Originally Published: June 20, 2023

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