Scotland’s winter sports season got off to one of its earliest starts at the weekend – even without natural snow – with one pair travelling 600 miles just to ski.
A juror was exposed for Googling a knifeman’s violent past – in a note penned on a feedback form rating lunch at a court.
A mother wept in court as graphic images of her daughter lying in a pool of her own blood were shown to a jury on the first day of a murder trial on Wednesday.
Senior prison management have told a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) it is “impossible” to keep drugs out of a jail where two inmates were killed by so-called legal highs.
A man is to stand trial charged with the murder of his partner at an Angus flat.
Madam convicted of running brothel in Fife has assets frozen in bid to seize £250k of alleged ‘dirty money’
A brothel madam has had her assets frozen as prosecutors bid to seize £250,000 in allegedly dirty money from her, a court heard today.
The skipper of a guard vessel was caught conning the taxman out of more than £50,000 after a probe was launched into tax evasion in the fishing industry.
A teenage girl became hooked on the heroin substitute methadone after an addict told her to repeatedly take it and provide fake urine samples for her.
QC hits out as police object to Dundee man’s taxi licence with ‘staggering misunderstanding’ of not proven verdict
Police Scotland were yesterday accused of “ignorance of the law” after they told council bosses a jury’s not proven verdict “implied a man was guilty”, even though he was cleared of the charges.
Bail for Blairgowrie woman who attacked baby in Arbroath, leaving tot brain damaged and facing blindness
A woman has admitted attacks on a six-month-old girl on Tayside that left the child badly brain-damaged.