Monthly Archives: September 2007

(730)  WHEN COCKERELS (OR THEIR OWNERS) GO BAD

WHEN COCKERELS (OR THEIR OWNERS) GO BAD   Just when you thought peace had broken out in Selkirk, Scots Law News‘ favourite cockerel, Charlie (see Nos 595 and 704), is back on our pages again as his owner, Ozzie Williamson, … Continue reading

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(729)  DOONHAMER HAMSTER HURLER GUILTY

  A jury sitting in Dumfries Sheriff Court unanimously found Andrew Thompson from the town guilty of recklessly throwing a hamster and other objects from his top flat window in a verdict given on 15 January 2008.  There is speculation … Continue reading

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(726)  SCOTTISH LEGAL COMPLAINTS COMMISSION

  On 10 January 2008 Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill announced the membership of the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission, established by the Legal Profession and Legal Aid (Scotland) Act 2007 and likely to come into operation in October 2008.  The first … Continue reading

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