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INTERN MADISON HEADING HOME

Madison says: I have enjoyed working at O’Keeffe Solicitors because it breaks the mould of what a person believes a law firm to be like. The employees are charismatic with a sharp wit, but entirely friendly. They go above and […]

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Richard Cronin Heading Golden Boot Race

With less than a week to go Richard’s outstanding results during the World Cup puts him at the top of the table in the O’Keeffe Solicitors league. Scoring 5 points for a Not Guilty and 3 points for an outstanding […]

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HE’S COMING HOME

O’Keeffe Solicitors have done it again. It’s not just the World Cup that’s coming home but our client has walked out of the Central Criminal Court acquitted of Murder having spent 9 months on remand. Well done to the team […]

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James O’Keeffe stops double murder prosecution

O’Keeffe Solicitors are pleased to announce the successful conclusion of their representation of a young client charged with murder. Following detailed studies of cell-site analysis and with help from our dedicated legal research team we were able to prevent a […]

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‘break the cycle’ of female offending

Justice Secretary David Gauke has outlined a new strategy to ‘break the cycle’ of female offending – placing community services at the heart of the government’s response. The Justice Secretary today said: ‘The strategy sets out our vision that custody […]

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Richard Cronin Wins Chinatown Surprise Case

Richard is fast becoming the go to for the Chinese Community when facing serious criminal allegations; he is almost considered a lucky charm. Faced with large scale allegation of counterfeiting that could have had significant Proceeds of Crime implications Richard […]

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High Court bail victory

Mr Justice Collins agrees with Mr O’Keeffe that HHJ Ader, Wood Green Crown Court, was wrong to deny bail to AI. The judge had reached conclusions that no judge could have reasonably reached. Not content with that behavior of the […]

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