|Procurator Fiscal||Mr David Harvie|
Procurator Fiscal's Office
St Marnock Street
|Opening Times||Mon-Thur 8.45am-5pm, Fri 9am-6.45pm, Lunch 1pm-2pm|
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Tel: 0844 561 2701 or 01563 5566113
If you are a wheelchair user or have restricted mobility
Parking facilities: There are private parking facilities at this office. Road-side parking is subject to availability and local restrictions. The nearest drop kerb is approximately 20 metres from the office entrance.
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Approach to Main Entrance: There are 6 steps to the main entrance. Alternatively wheelchair users can use the ramp at the rear door accessed from the disabled parking space in car park. Assistance will be required to manage the internal security doors. Door Width: approximately 1 metre
Low level bell: Yes
Following an investigation under the direction of the Crown Office Cold Case Review Unit, John Docherty, born 2 December 1964 has been indicted for the murder of Elaine Doyle in Greenock on 2 June 1986. The case will call for a preliminary hearing at the High Court of Justiciary, Glasgow on 10 February 2014. This is the first indictment to be served following an investigation by the Cold Case Unit set up by the Crown Office in 2011.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has today published a Special Bulletin which provides initial information on the investigation into the incident involving a police helicopter on 29 November 2013.
Solicitor General Lesley Thomson QC says Scotland needs to look towards developing a modern approach that takes account of the devastating emotional damage to victims caused by domestic abuse as well as the physical damage that is so often caused - and we need a law that recognises that and punishes those responsible.
A Skills for Justice report on enhancing the professionalsim of the provision of interpreting in the Scottish criminal justice sector was published today. The report was commissioned by the Working Group on Interpreting and Translation (WGIT) whose members include the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service. The publication reports on the key findings of a scoping exercise to review and evaluate current interpreting provision, standards, qualification, training and service contracts.
John Docherty was indicted in January this year for the 1986 murder of sixteen year-old Elaine Doyle. This was the first indictment to be served for an unresolved homicide following an investigation led by the Crown Office Cold Case Unit (CCU). Today at Glasgow High Court Docherty was sentenced to life imprisonment. The
The Lord Advocate, Frank Mulholland QC, the senior Law Officer in Scotland warned that those caught “Will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law” and not only risk losing their licence, liberty and car but their life and the life of others.
Should you suspect someone of drink driving, please call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or report it to your local police office by dialing 101. In an emergency, you can also dial 999.
The final of the Edinburgh Schools Public Speaking Competition took place last night at Broughton High School, Edinburgh.
Organised by the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, this is the first time that the competition has run in Edinburgh, after a successful pilot in Glasgow last year.
The Cold Case unit within the Crown Office has today issued a statement in relation to one of
A delegation of Scottish and US law enforcement and prosecutors to Tripoli, Libya has met with senior members of the Libyan Congress, and both the UK and US Ambassadors to Libya, to discuss the ongoing criminal investigation into the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie in December 1988. The Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland QC, who led the delegation, has said the meetings were extremely positive and there is a commitment on behalf of the Libyan authorities to work with both Scotland and the United States to progress the investigation.
The Lord Advocate, Frank Mulholland QC, announced the winning students in a South Lanarkshire schools art competition designed to promote equality through art and educate school pupils about hate crime to help eradicate the offences from Scottish society.
Third-year students from Biggar High School, Calderside Academy and John Ogilvie High School took part in the ‘Promoting Equality Together Through Art’ competition to raise awareness amongst young people of the need for equality in our society and the destructive effects hate crime can have on their peers and their community.