Scotland’s Solicitor General has pledged to work in close co-operation with US authorities if new evidence about the involvement of others in the Lockerbie bombing comes to light.
A fatal accident inquiry into the Clutha helicopter crash which claimed 10 lives will begin in April, it has been confirmed.
Prosecutors are seeking to retry a man in connection with the alleged murder of his mother under double jeopardy legislation.
Families of double killer’s victims verdict on the Crown after vital courtroom records are destroyed
PROSECUTORS cannot explain why a killer was released before he went on to murder his partner – because they have destroyed the files.
Families of two women killed by Roger Crossan demand the Crown Office explain why he was free to murder
THE families of two women killed by the same man have demanded the Crown Office explain why he was free to murder.
ANGER. Frustration. Confusion. These are emotions the families of those killed in the Clutha tragedy no doubt feel at this moment.
‘We feel forgotten, as if my brother’s death means nothing at all’: Family of Sheku Bayoh share fury at Crown Office delays
THE sister of a man who died in police custody piled pressure on prosecutors yesterday over the time they’ve taken investigating his death.
THE number of sick days taken by those working in the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) has increased by a fifth over the past three years.
PROSECUTORS are being urged to take a fresh look at the evidence surrounding the death of schoolboy Preston Flores.