A Dundee man detained in a psychiatric hospital after allegedly severing a disabled woman’s hand has had a “substantial turnaround” in his mental health, a court has heard.
Court proceedings were delayed by seven hours after a man accused of severing a disabled woman’s hand from her wrist was delivered to the wrong city.
The case against a man accused of chopping off a disabled Charleston woman's hand in a brutal Valentine's day attack has been continued again.
A Dundee man accused of severing a disabled woman's hand lacked responsibility due to his mental state, Glasgow High Court heard on Tuesday.
The case against a man accused of chopping off a disabled Dundee woman’s hand in a barbaric assault has been continued again.
The trial of a man accused of cutting off a disabled woman's hand on Valentine's Day has been delayed for a second time after a court came close to descending into chaos.
The trial of a man accused of carrying out a barbaric Valentine’s Day attack on a disabled woman has been continued to allow experts more time to assess his psychiatric state.
A 33-year-old Dundee man has appeared in court accused of cutting off a disabled woman's hand to steal a ring on Valentine's Day.
Dundee could be facing an "imminent mental health storm" in the wake of a string of shocking and violent crimes, a leading charity has warned.