Our Legal Heritage

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In the third of our occasional series looking at Scotland's legal heritage, both grand and obscure, Graham Ogilvy appreciates Sir John Steell's statue of George Kinloch in Dundee. George Kinloch is not the only outlaw in Scotland to be publicly commemorated. Stirling's Wallace Memorial, the obelisk

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In the second of our new occasional series, Connor Beaton looks at John Maclean's famous speech from the dock. A hundred years ago this week, Scottish socialist John Maclean delivered a famous polemic against capitalism and war from the dock of the High Court in Edinburgh.

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In the first of our new occasional series, we look at the Infamous case of the Appin murder. In 1752 Colin Campbell of Glenure, known as the Red Fox, was shot dead in woods near Ballachulish in Argyll. His death led to what is widely regarded as one of Scotland’s most notorious miscarriag

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