Malicious Prosecution

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Dear Editor, Douglas Cusine is right in pointing out that there is no need to wait for the end of civil litigation in the so-called "Rangers malicious prosecution case" before setting up an inquiry into what caused the Crown in Scotland to prosecute maliciously for the first time in history. I pract

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In a rare development, Lord Mulholland has issued a statement through his solicitors in response to comments made at Holyrood over the malicious prosecution scandal. David McKie of Levy & McRae, solicitor for former Lord Advocate, Lord Mulholland, said: “In light of the unfounded personal

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The two victims of the Crown Office's malicious prosecution received up to £150,000 in compensation from Police Scotland, it has emerged. Iain Livingstone, chief constable of Police Scotland, told MSPs Holyrood that Rangers administrators Paul Clark and David Whitehouse had been awarded up to

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Prior to his apology to the Scottish Parliament yesterday the Lord Advocate gave welcome confirmation that the Duff and Phelps administrators' Clark and Whitehouse have indeed been paid £21 million in compensation and awarded £3m towards their legal costs as was widely rumoured and repor

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Former sheriff Douglas J. Cusine asks where the responsibility lies in Scotland's malicious prosecution scandal, the greatest crisis in the history of the Crown Office. In his recent article, Douglas Mill, in a semi-jocular way, makes an extremely important point about what the Crown has accepted wa

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The Lord Advocate, James Wolffe QC, is to apologise to the former administrators of Rangers for their malicious prosecution. The news follows confirmation that a settlement has been agreed in a multimillion-pound claim against the chief constable of Police Scotland.

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