A man has been found guilty of raping a woman in Aberdeen while she was too drunk to give or withhold consent.
Aberdeen solicitors have warned removing the "not proven" verdict will lead to "miscarriages of justice".
Lawyers have spoken about fairness concerns over Aberdeen being used as a "guinea pig" for virtual hearings dubbed "trial by Zoom".
Aberdeen University has recruited the first UK patient for a new trial investigating a drug for the treatment of Huntington’s disease.
An oil boss accused of sexually assaulting a woman at his second home left before the police arrived because he "didn't have any clothes to wear the next day", a trial has heard.
A man told his wife he "enjoyed" a Christmas party, hours after allegedly sexually assaulting and attempting to rape a woman following the event, a trial has heard.
A woman wept as she told a court she woke up at a party to find herself being sexually assaulted.
Blockbuster movies and criminal trials could share the same cinema when it is allowed to reopen later this year.
An investigation has been launched after audio problems forced a jury trial to be abandoned at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
A man has gone on trial accused of abducting a woman in a north-east town and raping her twice.
A trial date has been set for four people charged with criminal damage in relation to the toppling of a statue of slave trader Edward Colston.
An Aberdeenshire primary school teacher is to stand trial accused of violently attacking two young pupils.
Fears have been raised about people "playing the Covid card" to avoid jury duty.
The first jury to sit in Aberdeen in almost a year has convicted a man over a serious assault on his then partner.
Eight men and seven women have become the first people to sit on a jury in Aberdeen in almost a year.
New images have revealed how juries will follow court proceedings - from the comfort of a nearby cinema - when trials resume next week.
A man accused of murdering a woman was seen entering a block of flats where she lived three times on the night of the date when she is said to have died, a court heard yesterday.
Jury trials are set to start again in Aberdeen next month for the first time in almost a year - with the help of a city centre cinema.
North-east health board says it’s possible it might take part in another Covid-19 vaccine trial in the future
A north-east health board has said it is possible it might seek to take part in further Covid-19 vaccine trials if it can.
Nicola Sturgeon's private secretary held two meetings with a female civil servant before she made a complaint against Alex Salmond, the former first minister has claimed.
Covid-19 vaccine trials have now begun in the north-east, after an overwhelming response from people volunteering to take part.
In the third part of our crimes of the past century series, Danny McKay speaks to forensic expert Dave Barclay about advances in investigation techniques which were not available in the 1960s when the murder of a millionaire shocked the north-east.
An Aberdeen solicitor has warned the justice system could "collapse" unless jury trials resume, as a new working group is set up to look at the practicalities.
A jury has been shown CCTV footage of alleged murder victim Neomi Smith’s final moments.
A man accused of a £12.9 million fraud was the “sole conduit” between investors and the scheme used to commit the alleged crimes, a court heard.
North-east man says losing cash in alleged £12.9 million fraud had ‘massive effect’ on family finances
Norman Masson said he is owed more than £43,000 from 66-year-old financial adviser Alistair Greig.
Gerald Clark appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday following the incident on King Street on September 10 last year.
Residents in an Aberdeen community are being asked if they want to take part in a trial for a flooding alert app.
A man has told a trial he was left feeling “sick” and “mentally disturbed” after claiming a former depute provost kissed him on both cheeks while he was working at an event.
The father of a young Aberdeen FC footballer has described the moment his son told him a number of people tried to stab him, a trial has heard.