A 49-year-old man is expected to appear in court today in connection with a collision involving a van and a road worker.
Fort William Sheriff Court
A shellfish company was fined £2,400 for failing to comply with the "administration" for putting cockles and mussels into the human food chain
A man has been arrested in connection with the death of a 44-year-old father-of-three in Fort William last month.
Police have charged a man in connection to Mark Maguire's death last month.
A Lochaber salmon hatchery manager lost his job and house after he was caught by police almost three times the drink-drive limit in his company 4x4 in the early hours of the morning heading home from the pub.
A pensioner lost his 60-year clean-driving record on a Sunday morning trip to church.
The father of a jailed drugs dealer has won his battle with Police Scotland to get his weapons returned and his guns licence restored.
A Fort William man who exposed himself narrowly avoided a jail sentence yesterday.
A fishermen's leader who embezzled more than £1,000 from his organisation could be hit with a payback order of nearly £220,000.
A Fort William man who threatened to firebomb a police officer’s house and told another he was going to “do him and his baby” has avoided jail.
A motorist who admitted driving carelessly on the A82 near Ballachulish has been banned from driving for five months.
The trial of a former policeman accused of a catalogue of offences against people living in a Lochaber village has been continued until next month.
An international businessman who admitted historic sex offences in Lochaber has been ordered to pay his victim £10,000 in compensation.
A former supermarket employee in Fort William who embezzled £1,500 has been given six months to repay the cash.
Shouting, swearing and lashing out at police officers earlier this month has resulted in 110 hours of community service for a Lochaber man.
The father of a jailed heroin addict continued his legal battle against the Chief Constable to get his guns back yesterday.
An uninsured driver who collided with a police van and smashed into another vehicle has been given a "last chance" and was spared returning to jail.
A NHS Highland electrician who was found slumped over the wheel of his car in an "unconscious state" has had his case continued until next month.
A married father-of-three was jailed for two years yesterday for carrying out a sex act on himself in front of two women at a party in the Highlands.
A builder who submitted false tenders to get a £21,500 council grant escaped serious punishment in court yesterday due to it being "a highly unusual case".
A primary school teacher told Fort William Sheriff Court the wet road surface at a bend on the A82 at Onich was "like ice" the day he crashed into an oncoming car.
A Highland driver who claimed he had drunk whisky after being stopped by the police was put off the road for three years yesterday.
The Highland father of a jailed drug dealer has launched a bid to take Scotland's police chief to court as he tries to get his guns back from the force.
Here are three stories you may have missed from Fort William Sheriff Court.
An Army tank driver crashed into a glass bus shelter in a Highland town while a "shocked" woman was inside.
A lawyer yesterday lodged a rare special defence of "necessity" as to why his client was driving on a north road while over the alcohol limit.
A Highland hotel barman who moved his work car 30ft while more than six times the alcohol limit has been fined £1,000 and banned from the roads for a year.
A father and his two sons who attacked a man out walking with his pregnant wife have been sentenced to unpaid work in the community.
There will be 15 prosecution witnesses at the trial of a former Glasgow policeman accused of behaving in a threatening manner at a village primary school and by waving a chainsaw with its engine running while staring at neighbours.
A 23-year-old man was yesterday jailed for six months for being found with a pepper spray when police searched him.
A woman in her 60s accused of embezzling more than £33,000 was too traumatised to come to court because she and her husband had been the victims of a chainsaw attack.
A retired policeman appeared in court accused of behaving a threatening manner outside a primary school and swinging a chainsaw while its engine was running.