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Prisoners to be released early under COVID-19 scheme

Justice Secretary confirms category of up to 450 short-term prisoners

US ruling requires unanimity for guilt of serious crime

Justices rule against the two states permitting majority verdicts

Warning over scam emails around Job Retention Scheme

Criminals attempting to prey on businesses as online service goes live

Society backs modified jury trials as backlog measure

Paper backs seven jurors, large courts and IT help to meet current needs

Details given of first Court of Session remote hearings

Four appeal hearings to take place next week by virtual court

ABWOR can cover written submissions as COVID measure

SLAB confirms permission to extend scope of regulations

Further digital business coming, SCTS promises

Outer House and sheriff court digital capability being addressed

Yousaf sets out emergency trial law options

Discussion paper published ahead of talks and update to Parliament

High Court considers impact of COVID-19 on bail appeals

Two with records stay remanded on robbery charge; but position may change

John Scott QC to oversee police use of emergency powers

Chief Constable commissions human rights lawyer to chair scrutiny group

Justice Secretary briefs Holyrood on coronavirus response

Letter to Justice Committee answers questions raised

Credibility can be assessed against other complainer

Appeal Court affirms jury can decide effect of similar account