Solicitors have raised concerns over video links, and said while the rest of the country is coming out of lockdown, courts are "tightening up more than ever".
An Aberdeen man was caught growing cannabis when emergency services came to his home after his partner fell out of a window.
A biker crashed into a cyclist after telling him he shouldn’t be cycling in the middle of the road.
A man who stabbed his Aberdeen girlfriend to death is appealing his sentence, we can today reveal.
An Aberdeen kilt shop has lost a long running legal battle against Aberdeen City Council in Scotland’s highest civil court.
Connor Holmes went "crazy" after staying up all night drinking and rowed with his girlfriend claiming she was texting other men.
An Aberdeen man has escaped punishment after pushing his sister into a bush and throwing a plate at her.
A woman crashed her car after drinking whisky to steady her nerves when she received a "very nasty" text from her former partner's ex
A north-east thug has admitted pulling his ex-partner to the ground by her hair and repeatedly hitting her on the head with an aerosol can.
A man has admitted trying to steal post from letter boxes at an Aberdeen block of flats.
An Aberdeen man has been cleared of breaching coronavirus regulations by leaving his home “without reasonable excuse”.
A man has admitted driving dangerously at "grossly excessive speed" on an Aberdeen road.
A man who crashed his girlfriend’s car on a north-east road and then refused to be breathalysed by police could face a jail sentence.
A thug has admitted repeatedly kicking and biting a man on the head and body in an assault at an Aberdeen property.
Personal data blunder as personal phone numbers of sheriffs and Aberdeen police officer published online
Sensitive personal information, including the personal phone numbers of sheriffs, solicitors, court officials and a senior Aberdeen police officer, have been accidentally published online.
Johnny Depp “is not and never has been a wife beater” and his libel action against The Sun newspaper is “not a case about money” but about “vindication”, his lawyers have told the High Court.
Jacqueline Robertson, 18, turned on the woman following a row at a party and launched the unusual attack.
No punishment for Aberdeen man who tossed cooking pot, tins, mugs, and glass bottles from 11th floor window
The shadow justice secretary has hit out after a man who "could have killed someone" by launching a cooking pot, tins and glass bottles from an 11th floor window was admonished.
Aberdeen solicitors have branded plans to make virtual trials the default process "wrong" and not "proper justice".
Angela Beattie, 43, and Lynn Reid, 35, appeared from custody at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
A drink-driver was caught by police at a north-east drive-through while more than four times the legal alcohol limit.
A man is accused of robbing a woman of her purse in a north-east town.
An unrepentant Muslim convert who was on course to become the UK’s first female homegrown suicide bomber has been jailed for a minimum of 14 years for plotting a terror attack at St Paul’s Cathedral.
A man has appeared in court for a second time charged with murdering an Aberdeen grandfather – who died more than a year and a half after he was struck by a car.
Christopher Reid was not personally present when his case called yesterday at Aberdeen Sheriff Court, but the 30-year-old entered pleas of guilty to two charges by letter.
An Aberdeen man has admitted possessing two air weapons without a certificate.
An Aberdeen drink-driver was spotted "slumped" in his car, "veering" across the road while more than five times the alcohol limit.
A man has admitted attempting to swallow drugs and struggling with police in Aberdeen.
Two men have appeared in court after police discovered hundreds of cannabis plants worth up to £400,000 in properties in Aberdeen.
An Australian court has rejected a newspaper publisher’s appeal against Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush’s 2.9 million Australian dollars (£1.6 million) payout for defamation.