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Acquittal in high profile Sexual Assault matter at Bristol Crown Court

Friday, June 9, 2017

R v GD The defendant in this case was charged with 5 counts of Sexual Assault on a train. The case was high profile and was reported in the National Press. The allegations were made by 3 separate women and it was alleged by the defence that there had been... Read More

Sentence reduced following hearing at the Court of Appeal

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

R v KK The defendant had been sentenced at Bristol Crown Court by His Honour Judge Horton to a term of 5 years imprisonment. An appeal was lodged on the defendants behalf by his Solicitor, Billy Olaniyi, that the sentence was excessive. After hearing... Read More

Defendant acquitted of Rape following Crown Court trial

Friday, June 2, 2017

R v AB The defendant in this case was charged with 3 Counts of rape. The defence was one of consent with the Crown alleging that the defendant did not have the capacity to consent due to drunkenness. After a trial lasting 7 Days, the defendant was... Read More

Kelcey and Hall retain Lexcel accreditation

Thursday, June 1, 2017

We are pleased to announce that we have retained the prestigious Lexcel accreditation. Lexcel is the Law Society's practice management standard. It is a scheme which certifies that certain standards have been met, following independent assessment. The... Read More

Lawyer claims secretly taking a condom off during sex could be a crime

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Ian Kelcey has provided an interview to The Sun newspaper regarding Stealthing. Read More

Defendant acquitted of Digital Penetration at Bristol Crown Court

Friday, May 5, 2017

R V B In an investigation which commenced in the summer of 2015, the defendant was arrested for digital penetration of his ex-partner without consent. He strenuously denied allegation. He was charged to court. He pleaded not guilty and, after a trial... Read More

School master cleared of sexual foot touching

Friday, April 21, 2017

R v CG Kelcey and Hall were instructed in a case which received national publicity relating to allegations against a Housemaster at a famous boys Boarding School in the North of England. Following a very short retirement the Jury unanimously acquitted the... Read More

New Bail Act changes

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Changes to the bail act came in to force on the 2nd of April in which there is now a presumption that a defendant will be released without being on Bail. In addition the periods of time a defendant can be kept on bail have now been limited by statute. Ian... Read More

Nurse charged with theft of drugs

Sunday, April 2, 2017

R V DB Kelcey and Hall represented a nurse charged with the theft of Drugs from the Hospital in which he worked. The trial lasted 2 weeks and the defendant was represented by Michael hall of Albion Chambers Bristol and the solicitor in the case was Billy... Read More

Kelcey and Hall represent defendant in drugs conspiracy trial

Friday, March 17, 2017

R v JDS Kelcey and Hall represented a defendant in a large scale Drugs conspiracy in a trial lasting nearly 3 weeks at Bristol Crown Court. The case was prepared by Nick Kelcey and the defendant was represented by Tabitha Macfarlane of Fosters Chambers in... Read More

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