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Dear Editor, The article Man Sentenced for Salmon Poaching brought a memory back from the distant past. In the 1980s I found myself working in Selkirk and appearing in the sheriff court there every week.

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The singer Rick Astley is suing rapper Yung Gravy for allegedly impersonating his voice on a recent single. Astley's 1987 hit Never Gonna Give You Up is interpolated in Gravy's song Betty (Get Money).

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Weightmans’ corporate team in Glasgow advised on M&A deals in 2022 with a value of £69.6m. The Glasgow team, led by Claire McCracken, advised on 17 acquisitions in 2022. Notable deals in the space included advising national dental group Dentex Healthcare on a series of acquisitions,

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Professor Gerry Maher KC has passed away at the age of 69. Professor Maher had served as professor of criminal law At Edinburgh Law School since 2000. He studied law at Glasgow University until 1974 and obtained a B.Litt. at Oxford University in 1976.

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Justice Secretary Keith Brown has announced the introduction of measures to ensure the on-going safety of prisoners while the Scottish Prison Service undertakes a review of the management of trans prisoners. The measures will be in place until the reviews are completed and will mean that no newly co

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A laughing emoji may be construed as defamation if it follows a post mocking a person's physical disability, Italy's Supreme Court has ruled. The case revolves around a dispute on Facebook involving traffic problems in the northern town of Luino.

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Most of the public would prefer to be represented by a barrister with a posh accent, research has found. Academics at Nottingham Trent and De Montfort universities also found that lawyers from beyond the home counties faced obstacles to progressing in their careers due to their accents.

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Nearly a quarter (22 per cent) of people contacting LawCare for support were primarily concerned about their career in the law, the charity said in a new report. For the first time, the number of people with career concerns equalled the number of legal professionals seeking help because of stress, a

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A 31-year-old man has been sentenced after admitting a salmon poaching offence in Moray. Joel Julienne, from Glasgow, was sentenced at Elgin Sheriff Court on Thursday 26 January having previously pled guilty to fishing for salmon on the River Spey.

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