A convicted former UBS trader has been denied bail while he awaits a review of his deportation order.
The European Court will be asked if the UK can unilaterally revoke its Article 50 request to leave the European Union, following a “bombshell” ruling from Scotland’s highest court.
The impasse over Julian Assange could be resolved immediately if the UK Government gave an assurance that he would not be extradited to the US if he leaves the embassy where he has been living for more than six years, one of his legal team said on Thursday.
A man has been jailed for at least 17 years for the murder of a restaurant manager almost a quarter of a century ago.
A man thrown from a British military helicopter during the Troubles has warned that a failure to declare his treatment as torture has given a legal all-clear for brutal interrogation tactics around the world.
A “callous” sex-killer who scattered pornography near his victim’s body and then used her bank card to buy food has been handed a 29-year minimum jail term.
A 77-year-old bus driver who smashed into a supermarket, killing a passenger and a pedestrian, was involved in four crashes in the previous three years, a jury has heard.
A 77-year-old bus driver smashed his double-decker into a supermarket, killing two people, after pressing down the throttle instead of the brake, a court has heard.
Divorce laws are set for a major shake-up, with proposals for no-fault separations under consideration.
A police officer gave no warning immediately before discharging her Taser at a race relations adviser she had mistaken for a wanted man, a misconduct hearing has been told.
A police officer used “unnecessary, unreasonable or disproportionate” force when she Tasered a race relations adviser, a misconduct hearing has been told.
A police officer will face a gross misconduct hearing on Tuesday following an incident in which a race relations adviser was Tasered.
A charity has urged the Scottish Government to introduce legislation to allow tougher sentences for crimes against older people.
Nicola Sturgeon has told SNP colleagues that how they deal with sexual misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond “will say a lot about who we are as a party and also about the country we are today”.
Alex Salmond’s lawyers have served legal papers on the Scottish Government as the former first minister challenges the way sexual misconduct allegations against him have been handled.
Lawyers for Alex Salmond have served legal papers on the Scottish Government as the former first minister challenges the way sexual misconduct allegations against him have been handled.
Two magistrates have been reprimanded by judicial heads over their use of social media.
A man has admitted trying to kill six children in a hit-and-run that left one teenage girl with a broken neck.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell may have been a victim of political pressure when he was prosecuted for breaching pensions laws, his lawyer has claimed.
A fraudster who masqueraded as a former Grenfell Tower resident to dodge a jail sentence for burglary has been jailed for six years for his “repulsive” crimes.
Health campaigners are fundraising to build a legal case on the state of maternity care provision for women in Caithness and its effect on their human rights.
Two established Highland legal firms have merged to expand their law and estate agency services across the north of Scotland.
Facebook has failed to stop legal action over a picture of a naked 14-year-old girl that was posted on its site.
A 58 year old joiner who had a row with his partner at a wedding bombarded her with phone calls and sent her threatening messages during a three day period.
Fed-up workers (and ex-workers) up and down the country have been committing acts of revenge on their colleagues and customers, and they’ve been confessing all to a workplace law consultancy.
A landmark legal bid to have obese people officially classed as disabled could have “widespread and expensive” consequences for businesses, a leading Scottish law firm has warned.