The brother of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell has said the family is “convinced” she will be acquitted, adding that she is being subjected to “brutal” and “degrading” conditions.
Two men have been arrested after cannabis worth around £250,000 was recovered from two cars on the M74.
A youth who murdered a “bright and talented” 17-year-old in a row over county lines drug dealing can be named for the first time after his appeal against his sentence was dismissed.
Holyrood has unanimously passed reforms of defamation law after MSPs were told current legislation for this was “no longer fit for purpose”.
A man has denied breaching Covid-19 regulations after police broke up an illegal party on a houseboat in London attended by nearly 30 people.
An anti-HS2 activist who spent almost a month underground in a network of tunnels in central London has denied aggravated trespass.
A group of MPs have raised concern about the length of the jail sentence given to a man convicted of killing his wife five days into the first UK lockdown.
Handling a salmon in “suspicious circumstances” has left trainee court staff tickled pink at the Old Bailey.
The number of people being prosecuted or handed out-of-court disposals fell by 22% in a year as the coronavirus pandemic took hold, official figures show.
A pensioner who strangled his wife days into the first UK lockdown has been sentenced to five years in jail.
Lawyers called for “adequate” coronavirus safety measures including “widespread testing” as they welcomed plans to open more Nightingale courts to help clear the rising backlog of criminal cases.
The first “super courtroom” to hear gang trials is among 14 new Nightingale Courts announced by the Government to clear a backlog of more than 50,000 cases.
A pensioner who strangled his wife to death five days into the first UK lockdown has been cleared of her murder.
MI5 had intelligence the Fishmongers’ Hall terrorist was plotting an attack before his release from prison, a court has heard.
A bid to ban Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh and seven ex-trustees of the former children’s charity from being company directors has been rejected by a High Court judge.
A man who stabbed a female police officer in the face with a pen has been jailed for nearly four years.
A 49-year-old man has denied murdering his girlfriend in a jealous rage because she texted her other lover on the night he had proposed to her.
Court restrictions will remain in place until the end of March due to high levels of Covid-19, the Lord President has announced.
An English technology company founded by a former government adviser “cooked its books” before being sold to the US, a court heard.
A British technology tycoon should not be sent to the US to face charges of multibillion-dollar fraud, and should instead be dealt with in a UK court, his lawyer has told an extradition hearing.
A husband snapped and murdered his wife just days into the first national lockdown over worries about coronavirus and money, a court heard.
Britain’s youngest convicted terrorist, who led a neo-Nazi cell from his grandmother’s house, has avoided custody.
A woman has appeared in court to face three charges of attempted murder after a car crashed into a building in Inverness.
Johnny Depp’s bid to overturn a damning ruling that he assaulted his ex-wife Amber Heard and put her in fear for her life will be considered by the Court of Appeal next month.
Police have welcomed the conviction of a man who admitted money laundering offences after he was caught with more than £860,000 at an airport.
A former church warden serving a life sentence for killing a university lecturer following a campaign of physical and mental torture should have his murder conviction overturned, senior judges have been told.
An ex-plumber has been sentenced for spitting at former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in a “barrage of abuse” during the first wave of the pandemic.
Two people have denied pretending to be police officers and abducting a man before robbing him.
The conviction of a Belfast man for terrorism offences 40 years ago has been quashed by the Court of Appeal after it was found to be unsafe.
A teenage thug who deliberately rammed a police motorbike after being pulled over has been jailed for three years.