A Dunbar brewery company was fined £10,000 today after admitting discharging caustic effluent into a sewer which caused damage to a waste water treatment works.
A man who told police he was ‘addicted’ to firearms has been given Scotland’s first standalone Serious Crime Prevention Order (SCPO).
David Collins was subject of civil proceedings at Inverness Sheriff Court on Wednesday where the SCPO was issued.
A 24 year old man who kept dogs for fighting has been given a Community Payback Order and ordered to carry out 160 hours of unpaid work and banned from keeping dogs for five years.
Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service staff have been thanked for their work in contributing to the life-saving organ donation process during the first months of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Solicitor General, Alison Di Rollo QC, has welcomed the publication of figures on Domestic Abuse and Stalking charges in Scotland.
A man has been sentenced to 11 years and six months in prison for the historical rape and sexual assaults of two young girls.
An oil company has admitted regulatory failings which led to the discharge of crude oil into the North Sea.
A serial violent offender who abducted a couple at knifepoint before forcing them to commit sexual acts and robbing them has been given an Order for Lifelong Restriction at the High Court in Glasgow.
Two men involved in the supply of drugs have been jailed for a total of nine years.