A former SNP MP jailed for embezzling more than £25,000 from pro-independence groups has had her conviction quashed on appeal.
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A Caithness prisoner who was jailed after he killed his friend in a car crash has won a legal battle as he seeks to be released.
Shell wins legal order barring Greenpeace from going within 500m of unmanned North Sea installations
Shell has won a court order preventing environmentalists from boarding unmanned North Sea installations.
Man whose surgery left him on medication ‘for the rest of his life’ loses NHS Grampian legal challenge
A man who will require medication “for the rest of his life” after suffering side-effects from surgery has lost a legal battle with NHS Grampian.
Judges at Scotland’s highest civil court are waiting to see if Boris Johnson fully complies with the Benn Act in seeking a Brexit extension before making a decision on whether he has broken the law.
Judges are set to decide whether the unsigned letter sent by Boris Johnson asking for a Brexit extension from the EU complied with the Benn Act, or if the Prime Minister is in contempt of court.
A charity has won a legal battle over Aberdeen City Council after the authority overlooked its status and hammered it with an unfair tax.
A Highland firm which claimed the government acted unlawfully in giving taxpayers’ money to a competitor has lost its £25 million legal action in Scotland’s highest civil court.
Alex Salmond has been paid £512,250 by the Scottish Government for legal costs relating to the botched internal investigation into his behaviour.
Farmers across the country were said to have "dodged a bullet" after the UK’s highest court backed an Aberdeenshire man in a £1 million tax case.
A minister is suing the speeding driver who nearly killed him in a horrific crash for £100,000.
An anti-abortion group that lost its legal challenge against a Scottish Government move to allow women to take abortion pills at home is to return to court.
Former Aberdeen undercover policewoman who caught international drug dealers ‘made scapegoat’, court finds
A former undercover policewoman from Aberdeen was unfairly treated by her bosses after she uncovered a colleague’s suspicious behaviour, a court has found.
Aberdeen FC's lawyer believes protesters fighting to block the Dons' new stadium have come "nowhere close" to providing legal grounds for planning permission for the £50million facility to be revoked.
Aberdeen FC's legal team emerged from the first day of a court battle which could waylay the construction of the Dons' new £50 million stadium "content" with how proceedings played out.
A legal hearing which could waylay the construction of a new £50 million Dons stadium has commenced in Edinburgh this morning.
A cinema chain has lost its legal battle to reduce its rent at a city shopping mall.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon last night apologised to the two women who made sexual harassment complaints against Alex Salmond after the collapse of the Scottish Government’s investigation into the claims.
The Scottish Government has conceded defeat in its legal battle with former First Minister Alex Salmond but it's likely that the fall-out is only just beginning.
The Scottish Government acted unlawfully regarding sexual harassment complaints against former first minister Alex Salmond, Scotland's highest civil court has ruled.
Rangers chairman Dave King has told a court that he fears there are shareholders in the club who have links to organised crime.
A sex pest surgeon who forced himself on a junior doctor is to escape punishment after a court bid to take disciplinary action against him was rejected by judges.
Court officials have fixed dates for Alex Salmond’s legal action against the Scottish Government over its handling of sexual misconduct complaints against him.
Alex Salmond insisted yesterday that he had never broken the law or “sexually harassed anyone” as the former first minister came out fighting over misconduct allegations.
A driver who plunged to his death from a bridge with a defective parapet was 30% to blame for the tragedy, judges have ruled.
A north-east committee has been accused of deliberately ignoring the evidence when it agreed to slash business rates for firms because of the oil and gas downturn.
A crofter who featured in a television documentary and lost a damages claim against Highland Council after he tripped on a paving slab has had his appeal rejected.
A group of travellers has decided not to appeal to the Court of Session over their unauthorised travellers’ camp.
A judge has upheld Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s decision to send home an American couple who have spent about £400,000 on their award-winning Inverness guesthouse.
A Scottish estate owner seeking to overturn approval for a Highland wind farm that infringes on wild land will have to wait to find out if he has succeeded.
Danish billionaire Anders Povlsen who owns almost a dozen estates in Scotland will take the Scottish Government to the Court of Session on Wednesday over a proposed wind farm which he considers a blot on the landscape.
Conservationists were left disappointed last night after the Scottish Government and power firm SSE vowed to appeal the refusal of a giant windfarm in the Highlands.