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Stuart Munro, head of Criminal Litigation at Livingstone Brown, considers an important technical issue regarding evidence in the Scottish Courts that has featured in a number of recent high profile cases. For legal advice on any of the issues raised, contact our Criminal Litigation Solicitors in Scotland on 0141 429 8166 or…

Before coming into the legal profession and undertaking various work placements I was often asked which area of law I would like to practice in. When replying with ‘criminal law’ the advice normally given by practitioners within criminal law was ‘oh don’t do that’ or ‘there’s no money in that’…

Often, the prospect of losing a driving licence can be a greater concern for people than the fine that usually accompanies it. We rely on our vehicles for a multitude of reasons, from family to business, and that reliance is conditional on being in possession of a driving licence. Following a…

 A section 38 offence, essentially a breach of the peace, is one of the most common offences that people are charged with by Police Scotland. For someone to be found guilty of this offence they must have: a) Behaved in a threatening or abusive manner, b) That behaviour must have…

In a recent case from the Appeal Court, the Crown appealed what they believed to be a lenient sentence handed down in the Sheriff Court which would not have arisen were it not for the unusual and unprecedented situation that we have all been living in in recent months. In…

The coronavirus epidemic and consequent lockdown have had an enormous impact on all aspects of our lives.  Things that previously seemed impossible have become necessary and routine.  At the start of the year, few of us imagined we would be working from home for a sustained period, or that we’d…

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