Sentencing of a man who chopped off a Dundee pensioner's hand has been delayed again - while an assessment of an earlier risk assessment is completed.
Sentencing for a man who chopped off a Dundee pensioner's hand in a "brutal" and "horrific" attack on Valentine's Day last year has again been deferred.
A man who admitted chopping off a disabled pensioner's hand has had his sentence deferred again.
A Dundee man who chopped off and stole a disabled woman's hand believed former US president Barack Obama told him to carry out the attack.
A man has admitted chopping off a disabled woman's hand in a horrifying attack in her Dundee home.
A Dundee man accused of cutting off a woman’s hand has been sent to prison to await trial due to improvements in his mental health.
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.