As reported by the Journal Online on Wednesday 9 February 2011, a total of 867 prosecutions have not be able to proceed as a direct result of the Cadder v HMA ruling last year, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service has announced.
Just SecurityUkraine Update: the ICJ Proceedings & Options for Justice in the United StatesJust Security(By contrast, the Lockerbie tribunal relied exclusively on Scots law governing murder, conspiracy to murder, and violations of the Aviation Security Act of 1982). If such a Lockerbie-style tribunal were to move forward, at a minimum, the most affected ...
The Scottish SunNicola Sturgeon's new bill set to nail spouses who psychologically abuse their partnersThe Scottish Sun“The psychological scars left by emotional abuse can have devastating effects on victims. This will help police and prosecutors hold abusers to account.” The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill will bring Scots Law into line with England and Wales. It […]
Crown wins appeal against sheriff's ruling that European Arrest Warrant did not state a crime in Scots lawScottish Legal NewsA sheriff's decision to discharge a man who was arrested on a European Arrest Warrant after ruling that the crime narrated was not an offence in Scots law has been overturned following an appeal. Miroslaw Lisek […]