Chris Henley QC Testimonial


I had the good fortune to be recommended Kang's Solicitors professional services via a legal adviser working for a private family office.

And the hard time it was for me... In desperate need of help - remanded in Belmarsh prison – cut out from the rest of the world.

It is there in the Hellmarsh where I met the people of Kang’s - Mr. Hamraj Kang himself, Ms. Fran Murray, Head of the London practice and Chris Henley QC. They had made the great effort to find me in the first place; and successfully advocated for my release on bail within 2 weeks.

Working with Fran I gained a true understanding of her tenacity and her full-time approach to clients’ care. She has an ability to adapt and seem at ease in the most challenging environements, both in the court room and while talking to CPS. She is extremely adept at handling adversity. 

During what proved to be a highly complex court case, Chris Henley, QC was faultless in every sense. His understanding of the matters at hand, grasp of the case load overall and management of all professionals concerned was commendable. 

From day one, I was put at ease as a client - at no point did I doubt for an instant that Chris and Fran were anything less than 100% in control. In private conference Fran and Chris’ manners are reassuring and comforting, whilst always laying out the balance of issues, giving an overview to me as the client and lay out a clear simplified strategy to win the case. 

I'd have no hesitation in recommending the services of Chris Henley, QC, Ms Fran Murray and Hamraj Kang himself having seen first hand how they so eloquently and efficiently represented me successfully. 

To my knowledge, it was the first precedent in the UK when a book shared via Kindle WhisperNet was successfully advocated by Chris as evidence of online stalking – this was virtually the last minute twist that helped defend me.

“Forgive me, Please” was the title and I will remember it forever. I think the real book with the same title about the case is in order now. The Amazon Prime Video script (Kindle is owned by Amazon) might be coming too and I see Kevin Bacon as Chris and Jenifer Lawrence as Fran. I can only hope that John Oliver will not turn down the role of the Prosecution Barrister...
Thank you so much,

Mr A

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Date: 24/01/2019