Tim Farron David Cameron today communicated via Twitter that “urgent communications” were taking place to rectify the technical glitch that occurred last night which could see people eligible to vote, denied this right.
Over 100 delegates attended the 2016 Compensate Personal Injury Network Annual Conference in Edinburgh last week. Speakers at the event included Sheriff Principal Mhairi Stephen QC and Douglas Mill, consultant and former CEO of the Law Society of Scotland.
A pair of armed robbers quickly regretted their choice of target after their raid on a McDonald's branch in eastern France saw them come up against an 11-strong elite police team. The two robbers burst into the packed restaurant and immediately began firing warning shots to intimidate staff.
A police officer who was banned from driving after jumping a red light and crashing into two cars while en route to an emergency call has successfully appealed against her 12-month disqualification. The Sheriff Appeal Court quashed the sentence imposed and endorsed the former officer’s licence wit
Lady Dorrian The Scottish Sentencing Council has launched a new resource which brings together guideline judgements issued by the High Court, along with helpful summaries and a selected list of other useful opinions.
The final session of the Advocates Family Law Association “Child Contact Seminars” is on Thursday 9 June. Janys Scott QC will be giving a presentation on the subject of “Children’s views, Form F9 and other issues”. The seminar will be followed by discussion chaired by Scott McAlpine, advoc
A judge facing a disciplinary hearing over comments he made about racism said he has been denied a fair trial after being told that he cannot be legally represented or call for witnesses. Peter Herbert, chair of the Society of Black Lawyers, has appealed to the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Thomas of Cwm
A youth who was found guilty of raping two boys and sentenced to six years’ detention has had his sentence quashed and substituted with a custodial term of five years and an extension period of three years following an appeal. The Criminal Appeal Court ruled that the sentencing judge erred in fail