A man has been acquitted of murdering his sister by repeatedly slashing her throat after a jury found the charge not proven.
A support worker is to be the subject of a fitness to practise hearing this week in Dundee.
An MSP has vowed to help a young woman who recorded herself being “raped” in her fight for justice.
An aspiring Marine who spat at nurses treating him after he was found drunk in a park has avoided jail.
A thug who kicked his girlfriend’s chihuahua into the air leaving it squealing with pain has been jailed.
A neck wound inflicted on Annalise Johnstone was “not survivable”, a murder trial has heard.
Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman has pleaded guilty to participating in a college admissions cheating scheme in the US.
Murder accused Jordan Johnstone was caught on CCTV at a Dundee filling station on the morning that his sister Annalise was killed.
A driver is to stand trial over claims he severely injured a woman by hitting her with his car.
Malcolm Sinclair, of Fintryside, is awaiting sentencing after being convicted of failing to provide a breath sample.
Wolverhampton Wanderers want a High Court to throw out a copyright claim by a pensioner who says he is the creator of a wolf head motif used on the football club’s shirts.
David Beckham has been disqualified for six months at Bromley Magistrates' Court.
A Fife man who downloaded more than 1,000 indecent images of children has been jailed for more than a year.
Brian Morrison, of Tulloch Court, is awaiting sentencing after admitting to drunkenly abusing police.
Dundee Sheriff Court has been closed following flooding in the building. Court business has been moved to the civil court building which is across the road from the main court building. It is understood the flooding was caused by a leak from one of the sheriff’s chambers. More on this as we get it.
Community leadershave rallied round in the aftermath of the Kirriemuir's darkest hour, saying the tragic death of Steven Donaldson will not “define” the town.
Mark Wiechert, 29, no fixed abode, was ordered to perform unpaid work for assaulting his partner.
Douglas Kay, of Leith Walk, is accused of making violent threats on a city street.
A man is to stand trial accused of leaving his former partner in a state of fear and alarm.
A sheriff has set a trial date for a man accused of making abusive calls to his former partner.