A wealthy company director and two managers have been charged over a mill explosion which killed four people.
A former Catalan minister who is facing extradition from Scotland to Spain will no longer hand herself in to police this week amid questions over the arrest warrant.
A former Catalan minister who is facing extradition from Scotland to Spain is “determined to fight”, her lawyer has said.
Legal action “cannot be ruled out” if the UK Government blocks a section 30 order which would allow Scotland to hold an independence referendum, the country’s Brexit minister said.
Boris Johnson has suggested that judges should be subject to “some form of accountability” following the Supreme Court ruling that his suspension of Parliament was unlawful.
The Court of Appeal in Belfast has dismissed an application that the UK Government’s Brexit policy will damage the Northern Ireland peace process.
A cousin of Girl Scout Jodie Chesney has told jurors he was shocked when he recognised one of her alleged killers, telling jurors: “I never thought he would do something like that.”
A former Take Me Out contestant sent a message stating that a Premier League footballer’s “days are numbered” before allegedly blackmailing him, a court heard.
A young man claimed to be “deeply saddened” at the death of teenager Jodie Chesney as he refused to help police, a court has heard.
Jurors in a trial of an alleged Islamic State supporter suspected of plotting an attack on the British army or police were shown photos of “ninja eggs” on Tuesday.
A “major showdown” at the UK’s Supreme Court has been predicted after Scotland’s highest civil court ruled Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament is unlawful.
A judge at the highest civil court in Scotland has found Boris Johnson’s planned prorogation of Parliament is lawful.
A judge will announce his decision on whether Boris Johnson’s planned prorogation of Parliament is lawful, following claims the PM wants to limit MPs’ scrutiny and their attempts to stop a no-deal Brexit.
The UK Government appears to have been considering suspending Parliament as early as mid-August, documents submitted to a Scottish court suggest.
Legal action aimed at stopping Boris Johnson’s ability to suspend Parliament is to be heard at Scotland’s highest civil court on Tuesday.
Boris Johnson could face cross-examination at Scotland’s highest civil court to explain his reasons for suspending Parliament, according to a legal expert.
A judge has signalled the end of the marriage of Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood and his wife Alexandra.
Aberdeen Law Project hosts mock trial set in the world of Harry Potter to encourage youngsters into law career
A snide young wizard has "gone on trial" in Aberdeen accused of using a forbidden curse to seriously wound an endearing sidekick.
An oilworker has been found in contempt of court after he quit his job to go work for the competition.
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.