A Nairobi High Court advocate has been charged with five counts of making and uttering a false document.
Guy Spencer Elms was charged with making a false document namely the power of attorney purporting it to be a genuine power of attorney signed by the late Rodger Bryan Robson.
He is alleged to have committed the offense on January 28th 2010 at an unknown place within the republic of Kenya.
Elms was also charged with uttering the false power of attorney to one corporal Samwel Kamau on 10th February 2015 at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations Headquarters.
The accused was also charged with forging a will dated 10th March 1997 purporting it to be a genuine will by the late Rodger Bryan Robson.
He is alleged to have committed the offense on 24th March 1997 at an unknown place in Nairobi.
The advocate faces another count of uttering the false will to CPL Kamau at the DCI HQ.
The accused further faced a charge of demanding property upon forgery of testamentary instrument.
The advocate was charged that on 30th October at the High Court of Kenya Nairobi, with intent to defraud, filed a forged written will with intent to obtain property in the matter of the estate of Rodger Bryan Robson in succession case number
955 of 2013.
The accused denied the charges before Milimani Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi.
He was released on a bond of Sh 500,000 or a cash bail of sh 400,000.
The case will be heard on 7th December.