A gambling addict who was forced by "gangsters" to try and fraudulently cash a cheque using a fake driving licence has avoided jail.
Sheriff John Rafferty
A woman defrauded the public purse of almost £26,000 by lying to the authorities about having a disability which prevented her from working.
The trial of a former Dundee citizen of the year got underway on Thursday.
A bumbling would-be drug dealer sold anti-depressants to undercover police officers after they approached him while he was walking with his girlfriend.
A Dundee woman who formed an "intellectually" fraudulent scheme to get £15,000 from her employers has narrowly avoided jail.
Police were led on a high-speed chase by a reckless driver who had a child in the back of his car.
A racist with a Nazi swastika tattoo sang sectarian songs before abusing a Muslim prisoner at Dundee's police headquarters.
The trial against a former Dundee SNP councillor accused of sending racist text messages has been pushed into the new year.
A Forfar man introduced a wrench to a long-running neighbour dispute after a summer argument spilled out into the street.
A Fife businessman has been ordered to appear in court to face accusations that he wrongly fitted a stove at a house in Angus and put the occupants at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.