In 2008, Henderson secured a life sentence for Brian Nichols in Fulton County, Georgia.
In 2006, Henderson secured a life sentence for Timothy Allen in Halifax County for the murder of a State Trooper in 1985.
In 2003, Henderson secured a favorable resolution after the State of North Carolina sought the death penalty against his client, Deidre Lane, for the killing of her husband, former running back Fred Lane.
In 2001, Henderson secured a jury verdict of voluntary manslaughter in State v. Nance after the prosecution sought the death penalty in Mecklenburg County.
In 1997, Henderson obtained life sentences for his client in State v. Ferguson, after the jury returned convictions on five counts of first-degree murder in Robeson County.
Among Henderson’s civil victories:
In Epps v. Duke University Medical Center, a jury voted to award Henderson’s client $12.3 million in a case involving mutilation during an autopsy (the case was ultimately resolved through a confidential settlement).
In Axarlis v. Bourlon, Henderson secured a verdict of $250,000 on behalf of a plaintiff who was bitten by a homeowner's dog and then charged with trespass.