My 2 cents on Thomas J. Henry and his $1.25B ‘verdict/judgment’ billboard

Nelita Collins

I would pay a good buck to see Thomas J. Henry advertise the full story of his $1.25 billion “verdict/judgment” for a “sexual assault to a minor” that has appeared so prominently on highway billboards. I’d like to see him use his reserved space atop the homepage of the the San Antonio Express-News website and on local television network affiliates to tell that story.

Money paid to the alleged victim: zero. Attempts to collect the judgment: zero.

Those last two sentences are my suggested edits for Henry to legally comply with a Jan. 31 decision handed down by the Texas Supreme Court amending rules for Texas lawyers who advertise their services.

My 2 cents on Thomas J. Henry and his $1.25 billion ‘verdict/judgment’ billboard

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