Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
The UK’s biggest care home provider has been fined £640,000 by a Scottish court after one of its residents choked on a piece of doughnut and died.
Families of those who have died in custody are being shut out of fatal accident inquiries, though their involvement could improve the outcome, say researchers.
The BBC has been criticised for a lack of transparency after failing to explain why thousands of Scots have not been fined for failing to pay their TV licence in recent years.
Council and police must offer increased support to Fortune tenants and neighbours, say campaigners.
A rape victim charity calls for "radical changes" to the handling of sex offence cases after a judge strongly criticised the way a woman was treated in court.
Attempts to defeat wildlife crime unravel as gamekeepers boycott government meetings and another prosecution is dropped.
Fresh concerns about Scottish Government’s failure to tackle wildlife crime after the collapse of legal action against landowner.