Jurors in the Steven Donaldson murder trial will spend a second day deliberating after retiring to consider their verdicts yesterday.
Tasmin Glass was no “Machiavellian character from the underworld of crime” but a teenager from a good home who was not responsible in “any way, shape or form” for what happened to Steven Donaldson, the Kirriemuir murder trial was told yesterday.
A monk accused of sexually abusing children at a Catholic school in the Highlands could soon face trial in Scotland.
Oil worker Steven Donaldson wanted his former girlfriend to repay him £3,000 in a cash dispute over a written-off car, a murder trial heard yesterday.
A jury in the trial of a woman and two men accused of murdering oil worker Steven Donaldson has been shown graphic images of the 27-year-old lying dead beside his burned out BMW in the car park of an Angus nature reserve.
A 10-year-old boy who was allegedly knocked down by a moped will have to wait more than a decade to have his teeth repaired, a trial has heard.
A young boy who was found in a pool of blood with severe facial injuries looked like he had been "blown up" his dad has told a jury.
‘We will never understand why a complete gentleman like Brian died in such a brutal and senseless way’
The family of Brian McKandie have paid tribute to him after Steven Sidebottom was convicted of his murder today.
Psychiatrist tells High Court that a grandmother on trial for the murder of an Aberdeen man was not suffering from mental illness
A psychiatrist has told a court of how he examined a woman who is standing trial for murder and concluded she wasn't suffering from psychiatric illness.
Man accused of murdering and robbing north-east mechanic Brian McKandie was taking in just £27 a month after child maintenance
A north-east man accused of murdering and robbing a mechanic in his cottage was left with just £27 a month after expenses from his job as a farmer.
An Inverness man tried to strangle himself with a police cell blanket after he was arrested by officers in January this year, a court has heard.
A groundbreaking trial to prevent and manage Type 1 diabetes has been launched by a health board.
An Aberdeen woman is to stand trial charged with attacking an eight-month-old girl.
A murder accused turned up at a house covered in blood and later told police he and his alleged victim had “slashed” each other, a court heard yesterday.
A motorist who was driving dangerously moments before another driver lost his life in an accident has been fined £300.
A judge yesterday told a serial rapist who was jailed for more than nine years that he had a “disturbing attitude” towards women.
A north-east woman has been found guilty of attempting to murder her husband by stabbing him.
A “perfect hostess” has gone on trial accused of trying to murder her husband - who blames himself for attack.
Eight men appeared in court yesterday accused of murdering a dad in Fraserburgh.
A woman has told a court she suffered a stroke as a result of north businessman’s alleged six-year campaign of fear against her and her family.
A man accused of murdering a restaurant owner almost 40 years ago was detained by police as he attempted to board a Pakistan-bound flight, a court has heard.
A man has gone on trial accused of killing his step-father in Peterhead.
A man accused of starting a fire which killed a father-of-five nearly 20 years ago has walked free from court.
A chef yesterday told a jury that murder accused Barry Henderson confessed to setting the fire that killed a north-east dad.
The daughter of a man who died in a flat fire yesterday told a jury the man accused of murdering him threatened her on a bus.
Fire experts yesterday told a jury they believed it was unlikely a smouldering cigarette or match could have started a fire which killed a north-east dad.
A DJ has been jailed for five years for sex attacks on a man and woman who have Down syndrome.
Detective Inspector Lorna Ferguson, of the North East Division Public Protection Unit, said Cheryl Mitchell's crimes were "abhorrent and despicable".
A trial had to be halted - after the jury box collapsed.
Craig Whyte was cast as the “pantomime villain” of the Rangers story, according to his defence lawyer.
Channel 4's new docu-drama started tonight and the reaction from Twitter users was mixed.
A man on trial for sexual assault yesterday took to the stand to deny the charge against him.