A man has been sentenced to life in prison for the “brutal” murder of a former RAF servicewoman, police said.
Radical changes have been made to jury operations in Scotland’s courts to enable High Court trials to restart amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A High Court challenge by three airlines against the 14-day quarantine rule for passengers arriving in the UK has been abandoned after the Government announced a lifting of restrictions for travellers from some countries.
The Government’s 14-day quarantine rule for passengers arriving in the UK is “disproportionate” and will have “no material impact whatsoever” on the spread of coronavirus, lawyers for three airlines have told the High Court.
The High Court is set to rule on who the UK Government recognises as president of Venezuela as part of a battle over one billion US dollars (£800 million) of gold bullion held in the vaults of the Bank of England.
Domestic abuse is “systematically minimised” in family courts, with allegations being “ignored, dismissed or disbelieved”, according to a report.
The UK Government recognising Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as head of state would be “unlawful under international law”, the High Court has heard.
HS2 bosses have told a judge that continued protests by campaigners opposed to the high-speed rail line running through a woodland area in west London are costing millions of pounds.
Potential jurors in the trial of three teenagers accused of the murder of Pc Andrew Harper have been told it is a case of the “utmost importance”.
The UK “unequivocally recognises” the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro despite considering his position to be “illegitimate”, the High Court has heard.
A battle over one billion US dollars (£800 million) of Venezuelan gold held in the Bank of England’s vaults is set to be heard by the High Court.
Two teenagers have been locked up for life for murdering a “vulnerable” 15-year-old boy who was stabbed to death over rumours he had molested a girl.
Two men who stole thousands of pounds worth of jewellery and watches from homes, including one belonging to a former Manchester United goalkeeper, in a “tourism burglary” spree have been jailed.
A judge has given League Two Macclesfield Town more time to clear debts following a winding-up bid by tax officials.
A couple arrested when armed police stormed their home and held them for 36 hours over the Gatwick Airport drone chaos have received a £200,000 settlement and an apology.
Former Conservative minister David Mellor “behaved unprofessionally” during a meeting with representatives of a Middle Eastern sheikh, a High Court judge has been told.
A man has been convicted of murdering a driver who was stabbed to death through his car window amid a gang rivalry played out in drill rap videos.
A grandmother “grossly exaggerated” her disabilities to falsely claim more than £1 million in benefits over 15 years, a court has heard.
Virtual trials are set to be held at Aberdeen Sheriff Court this week, as the country's legal system bids to adapt to operating in the midst of Covid-19.
The number of High Court scheduled trials in Scotland has risen almost 50% in the past year due to increased reporting of sexual offending cases, according to a new report.
There will need to be “innovative and flexible thinking” in courts to support justice in the months ahead, the Sheriff Principal for northern Scotland has said.
A motorcyclist has been jailed for dangerous driving after he reached 100mph in a 30 zone.
Jury trials will be restarted in July in Edinburgh and Glasgow if it is safe to do so, according to the Lord Justice Clerk.
The UK’s most senior judge has thanked the makers of The Archers for highlighting a domestic abuse issue.
A judge has signalled the end of the marriage of Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood and his wife Alexandra.
Jurors in the trial of a couple accused of murdering a missing woman more than 19 years ago have been sent home for the night.
Two magistrates have been reprimanded by judicial heads over their use of social media.
Lawyers for Alex Salmond have served legal papers on the Scottish Government as the former first minister challenges the way sexual misconduct allegations against him have been handled.
A new poll shows people in the North-east are overwhelmingly in favour of legalising cannabis.