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Defendant acquitted of Blackmail after trial

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

R vs MS MS was charged with Blackmail along with 6 other defendants. Our client was alleged to have made an unwarranted demand for money from a restauranteur with menaces. The client denied any knowledge of any criminality and after a 3 week trial he was... Read More

Job opportunity at Kelcey and Hall

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Required: RECEPTIONIST – City Centre Solicitors Full/part time/job share Competitive salary Please click here for the job specification. Skills required: • Excellent telephone manner • Good communication skills • Smart,... Read More

Client acquitted of drugs charges following large scale investigation

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

R v RW We acted for RW who was charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs. This was a large scale investigation undertaken by the South West Regional Crime unit in which over £500,000 of Drugs and cash were seized. The case involved 10... Read More

New Criminal Team member

Thursday, November 1, 2018

We are delighted to announce that Katherine Sproson is joining us as a Solicitor in our Criminal Department. She joins us from a well known firm in Manchester and we hope that this will prove to be a long and mutually beneficial appointment. Read More

Family Law Firm of the Year

Friday, October 26, 2018

Congratulations to the Family Department of Kelcey & Hall who in the 2019 Business Excellence Awards have been awarded Family Law Firm of the Year. Read More

Pensioner jailed for false VAT claims

Thursday, October 25, 2018

R v DH This case involved acting for a client who by his own admission had defrauded HMRC of a sum in excess of £600,000 by way of VAT over-payments, and as a result of which, the client received a sentence of 2 years 10 months. The case was... Read More

No retrial for teacher following hung jury

Thursday, October 25, 2018

R v EW EW was a school teacher charged with sexual offences involving a pupil. The pupil had alleged that during a return from an overseas school trip in 2015, he had consensual sex with the teacher in the toilet during the return flight. The client became... Read More

Breach of International Sanctions

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

R v AG Kelcey & Hall have recently been involved in a six week case at Southwark Crown Court acting for a client who was charged with breach of sanctions imposed on exports to Iran. The case was a complicated case involving exports from the UK to... Read More

Bristol Law Society Award

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Kelcey & Hall are delighted to announce that this year they have won the Bristol Law Society award for the Best Law Firm with under 15 Partners. Read More

Defendant sentenced following attack on brother's killer.

Monday, October 1, 2018

R v P Our client was charged with s.18 GBH. P had observed two males who fatally stabbed his brother more than 10 times in a nightclub and shortly after P encountered one of the males outside the nightclub. P struck the male on the head with a champagne... Read More

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