In the Media

Solicitor acted for Vincent Tabak

PUBLISHED November 3, 2011

Who? Ian Kelcey, 60, criminal solicitor-advocate and senior partner at Bristol firm Kelcey & Hall. Why is he in the news? He represented Vincent Tabak, the Dutch engineer found guilty last week of the murder of Bristol landscape architect Jo Yeates. After Tabak?s conviction, it emerged that evidence, not seen by the jury, revealed Tabak kept internet pornography showing violence against women, including images of men holding their hands around women?s necks during sex and pictures of women tied up in car boots. read more