An Aberdeen man has admitted attempting to steal an item from a car by poking a stick through the window.
Two men have denied throwing stones and cans towards a moving vehicle.
A drink-driver has been fined £650 and banned from the road.
A man has admitted activating a fire alarm at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and sparking an evacuation when there was no need to do so.
An Aberdeen road rage thug who punched a man in the head while a child was sat in the back of the victim's car has been ordered pay him £500.
The 39-year-old admitted attempting to import 19,800 Lambert and Butler and 2,400 Marlboro Gold king size filter cigarettes without paying UK Excise Duty of £6,553.52.
Three men have been found guilty of attempted murder after invading a drug dealer’s north-east home with their faces masked, wielding knives and an axe.
A law lecturer has said new sentencing process guidelines could boost the public’s faith in the legal system.
A husband has been fined more than £3,000 after fitting a tracking device to his wife’s car in a bid to find out if she was cheating.
A jury has heard that three men accused of an attempted axe murder “did not care” whether their alleged victim lived or died.
The loved ones of an Aberdeen man stabbed to death by his best friend have called for families to be consulted over sentences.
A man accused of attempted murder has told a trial he was cheating on his girlfriend at the time he allegedly attacked a drug dealer.
An Aberdeen man has admitted stealing a lorry from a haulage firm and driving the vehicle despite being over the limit.
A former Aberdeen police inspector has appeared in court accused of murdering his wife.
A man to be sentenced for starting a massive blaze caused problems on the same street just days earlier, the Evening Express can reveal.
It is alleged Donna Davidson was the owner of bull mastiff Bruno when he repeatedly reared on his hind legs and acted aggressively towards a woman and her dog and that Bruno seized that dog in its mouth and shook him to his injury.
A man fled to his bathroom to evade masked raiders – only for them to hack at the door with an axe and drag him out, a jury has been told.
A north-east criminal banned from Scotland stayed in the country – and robbed a bank.
Colin Middleton, 45, was travelling in a car on Provost Fraser Drive, Aberdeen, at around 12.10am on September 30 last year when onlookers saw the vehicle being driven erratically and alerted police, Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard.
A man has appeared in court accused of assaulting a woman.
An Aberdeen court has been told two men were seen fleeing the scene of an alleged attempted axe murder moments after it happened.
A man has admitted going to an address within hours of a court order being imposed banning him from doing so.
A man who challenged police in Aberdeen to a fight has apologised to the officers in court, telling them: “They were only doing their job.”
A thief who used a hammer to smash his way into a north-east shop and steal alcohol has been told to do 280 hours of unpaid work and given a curfew.
A north-east man who crashed a car into another vehicle before punching the driver and biting a cop has been spared jail.
A north-east man has been jailed for more than five years for his role in transporting more than £500,000 worth of class A drugs through his haulage firm.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard how Michelle Kinnaird pursued a Mini to Mounthooly Way, where she struck the car’s window six times with her hand.
A north-east man who admitted stamping on a woman’s body has been spared jail.
Neighbours phone police after they saw Darren Rothwell start his car, rev the engine loudly and crash into two parked cars.
A ‘cack-handed’ crook who robbed a bookies wept and told a judge that he’d given him a death sentence moments after being imprisoned.