Marshall T. Henlsee graduated from Louisiana State University School of Law in 1998. After practicing in Louisiana for a short period of time, he moved to Baltimore, where he first clerked for Judge John Glynn, who was the Chief Criminal Judge on the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. He then accepted a position with the Office of the Public Defender in Baltimore County, where he worked until he left to start his own practice in 2004.
Mr. Henslee has been named a Super Lawyer in 2022, 2023 & 2024, an honor reserved only for the top five percent of attorneys in the State. He has also been selected as a Top Attorney in Maryland by Baltimore Magazine. He is a member of the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys’ Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the National College for DUI Defense. He has been quoted in The Baltimore Banner, The Baltimore Sun and The Washington Post.
Mr. Henslee has handled just about every type of criminal case, including DUIs, drug cases, crimes of violence, white collar crimes, internet offenses, sex offenses, homicides and complex federal conspiracy cases. He has appeared in both state and federal courts on behalf of clients around the State. Often, other attorneys will ask Mr. Henslee to join cases to take advantage of his experience in handling criminal cases and clients have been referred to him by judges, prosecutors and other defense attorneys. He has represented people from a variety of backgrounds, including lawyers, doctors, veterinarians, finance executives, teachers and business owners.
Baltimore County Bar Association
Maryland State Bar Association
Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Association
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
National College of DUI Defense
2004 - Present -- Founded Office of Marshall T. Henslee, representing both criminal and civil clients
2002-2004 -- Attorney, Office of the Public Defender, Baltimore County
2002 (after move to Baltimore) -- Clerk for Honorable John M. Glynn, Judge-in-Charge, Criminal Docket for the Circuit Court for Baltimore City
2000-2002 -- Founded Office of Marshall T. Henslee in Louisiana, representing both criminal and civil clients
1999-2000 -- Attorney, Wray & Pierce, LLP, focused on construction law and general civil litigation
1998-1999 -- Clerk for Honorable Timothy Kelley, Criminal Division of the Nineteenth Judicial District Court, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
1995-1998 -- Attended Louisiana State University School of Law