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2015/07/04 02:09
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During the trial of Scott Johnson, one of the officers was warned by prosecutors that he was in danger of incriminating himself even though he was a Crown witness. The pair were then the subject of a...
2015/07/04 02:09
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2015/07/03 14:31
2015/07/03 14:31
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Scottish Government law chiefs have hinted that baffling legislation which currently blocks the prosecution of the Pets’ Corner slaughter suspect ‘may be rectified’. Officials for justice secretary...
2015/07/03 06:18
2015/07/03 06:18
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A dad accused of killing his son in a freak road accident has hit out police for trying to jail him over the crash. Andrew Tetsill, 42, tragically knocked son Craig off his bike on a quiet Highland...
2015/07/03 03:21
2015/07/03 03:21
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Judges hear Lockerbie appeal bid Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was the only person convicted of the Lockerbie bombing (Crown Office/PA Wire) A hearing will take place today to decide whether relatives of...
2015/07/01 22:13
2015/07/01 22:13
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THE Crown Office has agreed to review its decision not to prosecute the driver in a crash which killed two young pedestrians in Glasgow following a request from the victims' families. Mhairi Convy,...
2015/06/30 02:09
2015/06/30 02:09
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He was jailed for seven years in 2012 after admitting culpable homicide on the grounds of diminished responsibility. The final day of a fatal accident inquiry into Mrs McKenzie's death yesterday...
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2015/06/27 02:09
2015/06/27 02:09
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The family of Gilroy, three years into an 18-year life sentence for the murder of his Edinburgh bookkeeper colleague Suzanne Pilley, who was 38, are trying to clear the 52-year-old who was convicted...
2015/06/26 10:32
2015/06/26 10:32
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Justice secretary Michael Matheson has confirmed receipt of a letter from Greenock-based MSP Stuart McMillan pressing him to act ‘as a matter of urgency’. The correspondence was triggered by our...
2015/06/26 02:09
2015/06/26 02:09
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Prosecutors argued that he concealed her body in the basement of the offices where they worked and then the boot of his car before disposing of her remains next day in a 'lonely grave' somewhere in...
2015/06/25 10:31
2015/06/25 10:31
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The poignant vigil, which took place at the Gourock petting zoo, included a mass signing of our Justice for Pets petition to have a legal loophole — which prevents the prosecution of the suspect for...
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2015/06/23 11:09
2015/06/23 11:09
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The Crown Office has instructed experts to carry out further investigation on the 31-year-old, who died in police custody more than a month ago. The dad of two collapsed after being restrained by...
2015/06/22 23:17
2015/06/22 23:17
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The study reveals that hate crime, especially in small rural communities, is often a daily occurrence for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. However high levels of under-reporting – out...
2015/06/22 07:06
2015/06/22 07:06
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It’s a humble ground-floor flat in Royston Mains Street in Pilton – the Edinburgh housing estate which gained notoriety as the setting for Trainspotting, Irvine Welsh’s 1993 novel about drug addiction...
2015/06/20 01:45
2015/06/20 01:45
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Rundown flat ‘at centre of billion-dollar fraud’ One company was registered at a rundown flat in the Pilton area of Edinburgh. Picture: Ian Georgeson Politicians have called for an investigation into...
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2015/06/19 20:00
2015/06/19 20:00
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A court bid by Scotland's top prosecutor to obtain the black box from a helicopter which crashed off Shetland with the loss of four lives has been granted by a judge. The Super Puma was carrying 16...
2015/06/19 08:13
2015/06/19 08:13
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THE driver of a bin lorry that lost control killing six people in Glasgow was never interviewed by the police, a court has heard. Harry Clarke did not give a statement to officers following the fatal...
2015/06/18 10:31
2015/06/18 10:31
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Signatures flooded in from across Inverclyde and beyond, with one expat from the district registering her approval from her home in Perth, Western Australia. Veronica Campbell Highet was so moved by...
2015/06/18 09:45
2015/06/18 09:45
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The Scottish Government should have acted sooner to address a gap in IT skills in the public sector, according to a report. Audit Scotland found that government bodies struggle to recruit specialist...
2015/06/16 12:31
2015/06/16 12:31
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We launched our Justice for Pets drive yesterday after the Crown Office revealed that a suspect who was held by the police after the 2011 killing spree will never be prosecuted due to a legal...
2015/06/16 05:09
2015/06/16 05:09
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A pervert tattooist accused of luring underage girls into his Dundee home before sexually assaulting them has successfully quashed 22 court convictions against him. Paul McLellan, 45, of the...
2015/07/04 02:09
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