A Fife man who led police on a nine-mile high speed chase before crashing into an HGV has admitted dangerous driving.
A Kirkcaldy man was warned he faced being jailed if he refused to accept a supervision order by a sheriff after admitting a drunken rammy.
A Fife man who threatened his former partner with a makeshift flamethrower as part of a 10-year campaign of domestic abuse against four women has been jailed for four years.
A Falkirk man has admitted causing a horrific head-on crash after succumbing to a coughing fit behind the wheel on a busy Fife road.
A man who shouted sexually offensive remarks near a primary school has avoided a jail term, despite being told there appear to be “no workable alternatives” to custody.
A mother-of-five who left a man permanently disfigured after hitting him on the head with a broken bottle has avoided being jailed.