Arguments and decisions in remarkable cases before the High Court of Justiciary
and other supreme courts in Scotland.
wig, gown and fall apart, bears scant resemblance to the Scottish Silk, dour or douce, who normally habituates the ringing stone passages and panelled justice halls of Edinburgh's High Court of Justiciary
In a Court of Session judgment, which ruled Donaghy's case should be heard, Lord Stewart said: "I was led to understand the appointment of another agent in place of the pursuer [Donaghy] came about because the defender [Goodwillie] was facing a charge of rape in the High Court of Justiciary
The Scottish High Court of Justiciary
must have the final say on which points of law are of general public importance.
The High Court of Justiciary
in Edinburgh said it had set a preliminary hearing for October 15 at Kamp Zeist in Holland.
Instead, he got a court official to send an abrupt reply that the lawman was answerable only to the High Court of Justiciary
And the Record can reveal that the High Court of Justiciary
officials have agreed to put back proceedings for two weeks.
I find it very impressive that two of the most eminent men of genius and learning from that Golden Age still figure in today's list of 100 Greatest Scots - pioneering economist Adam Smith (27) and philosopher David Hume (38), whose statue was unveiled in 1997 in front of the High Court of Justiciary
This has led the commission to believe that there may have been a miscarriage of justice and that it is in the interests of justice that the case be referred to the High Court of Justiciary
A spokeswoman at the High Court of Justiciary
in Edinburgh said: "Leave to appeal has been granted to Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al-Megrahi against his conviction on January 31 2001 for murder.