Four convicted murderers have been awarded more than £100,000 of taxpayers’ cash to pay their legal fees, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Police have welcomed the conviction of two men for the “brutal, senseless” murder of their flatmate in Aberdeen city centre.
A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of two men accused of killing their former housemate in a property in Aberdeen city centre.
A court was told a man accused of murder has no history of violence – unlike his co-accused.
Two men on trial accused of murdering their housemate in Aberdeen have blamed each other for his death.
A man accused of murder has claimed swelling on his knuckles was from years of working in a fish factory and nothing to do with the alleged attack.
A man has told a court he saw a murder-accused in “tears” and said he had spoken of an argument breaking out in a flat.
A forensic expert has told a murder trial the man who died may have been stamped on.
A police officer told a court he saw pools of blood next to an unconscious man who was allegedly murdered.
A second man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a man after an alleged disturbance at an Aberdeen flat.
A man who went missing in Aberdeen has been trace by police. Tomas Gulbinavicius, 31, was last seen at his Torry home last Monday. Police Scotland today announced Mr Gulbinavicius had been found safe and well.