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Job opportunity at Kelcey and Hall

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Criminal Defence Solicitor required. Salary: Competitive and dependent on experience with company car One of the West Country’s leading Criminal Law firms, top rated in both Chambers and Legal 500, seek a Duty Solicitor. We have defended in many... Read More

Ian Kelcey comments on unduly lenient sentences on LBC Radio

Monday, July 31, 2017

Ian Kelcey comments on the Nick Ferrari Show on LBC Radio about the increase in unduly lenient sentences referred to the Court of Appeal by the Attorney General Read More

Ian Kelcey discusses the Grenfell Tower Fire on BBC London

Friday, July 28, 2017

Ian Kelcey comments on Vanessa Feltz Show on LBC Radio as to the announcement that the Police are looking to investigate certain Institutions in relation to corporate manslaughter arising out of the Grenfall Tower fire. Listen to the interview on BBC iPlayer. Read More

Ian Kelcey discusses the Grenfell Tower Fire on BBC Radio 5 Live

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Ian Kelcey comments on the Tony Livesey Show on Radio 5 Live on the breaking news that the Police are looking to interview senior Members of Council and other Institutions in relation to the possibility of corporate manslaughter charges arising out of the... Read More

Client has Proceeds of Crime Act proceedings reduced following mitigation

Monday, July 24, 2017

R v T Following the entering of a guilty plea with regard to a large scale cannabis production the client received a suspended custodial term. In the subsequent Proceeds of Crime Act proceedings against the client, the firm was integral in reducing the... Read More

Client receives suspended sentence after guilty plea

Thursday, July 20, 2017

R v TW The defendant pleaded Guilty to supply of MDMA. He had been arrested in a night club with the tablets found on his person. In mitigation it was submitted there was no evidence to support his being a dealer beyond that he had admitted to; this was a... Read More

Firm successfully defends local authority’s appeal of judge’s refusal to make a placement order

Friday, July 14, 2017

In a recent care case (P S-F), the judge made a care order in respect of the child, but refused the local authority’s application for a placement order, which would have allowed them to place the child for adoption. The local authority appealed this... Read More

Former teacher acquitted of historical indecent assaults

Thursday, July 13, 2017

R v GG The client was charged with a number of Historical Indecent Assaults dating back 15 years to when the client had been a teacher at the time of the alleged offences. The allegations were vehemently denied and after a 5 day trial the client was... Read More

Case discontinued in Indecent Assault matter

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

R v MG The client was charged with Indecent assaults dating back 20 years. After extensive searches of Social Media carried out at our insistence prior to trial, it became apparent that there had been potential collusion between alleged witnesses. As a... Read More

Defendant found not guilty of assaulting ex-partner's new girlfriend

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

R v R Mother of two found not guilty of assaulting ex partner’s new girlfriend following conflicting accounts being given by the pair. The Magistrates accepted the defendants consistent and credible denial of the assault which she says was motivated... Read More

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