Former First Minister Alex Salmond is on trial accused of a string of sexual assaults and attempted rape.
The trial, in front of Lady Dorrian and a 15-strong jury, began at the High Court in Edinburgh on Monday March 9.
Salmond, 65, of Strichen, Aberdeenshire, denies all charges against him, having submitted a plea of not guilty.
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