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Glasgow Man Sentenced Following Rape of Two Teenagers

Muhammad Hafeez, 38, was convicted for the rape of 2 teenage girls.  Mr Hafeez worked in the Central Shop on Union Street in Glasgow City Centre. The court heard how he took advantage of the first complainer by luring her into the back of his shop and making her [...]

2023-12-07T06:52:02+00:006 December 2023|

Man Convicted of Violent Assault Handed Fine

Liam Ritchie was convicted of assaulting Ellen Clarkson, aged 35 as she celebrated her birthday at Edinburgh event.  Mr Richie targeted the victim following an altercation between the victim and the accused’s sister.  Ellen Clarkson suffered a fractured cheekbone during the attack . Mr Ritchie pleaded guilty to assault [...]

2023-12-07T06:37:03+00:0026 November 2023|

Man Who Breached Court Order Spared Jail

Mr Joseph Carson, aged 65, is a convicted paedophile. He was previously convicted for sex offences against a young girl.  Mr Carson, following a further conviction for throwing urine over his mother, was banned by court order from contacting his mother. This followed the accused sending her letters written [...]

2023-12-07T06:25:15+00:0022 November 2023|

Sentence for Convicted Rapist Extended on Appeal

In this case, RM was convicted of rape against three of his ex-partners. At the sentencing diet, the trial judge imposed three orders of one year, two years and five years in relation to each separate offences. There was evidence to support the fact that the offences involved violence/threats [...]

2023-11-05T13:42:48+00:005 November 2023|

Photographer Jailed for Sexually Assaulting Models

Simon Scott aged 44 was jailed for 20 months after being guilty of committing offences against five victims. Mr Scott was targeting victims on social media by offering them free photography sessions. A Jury in Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard that Scott had actually manipulated some of the victims into [...]

2023-10-20T07:47:57+01:0020 October 2023|

Man who Directed Sectarian Remarks at Police Officer Loses Appeal

Mr David Di Pinto was convicted under the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2010. This conviction was aggravated by religious prejudice.  During the Scottish League Final in 2021, Mr Pinto was behaving in an inappropriate manner, behaviour exacerbated by his intoxicated state. After receiving complaints about his conduct, two police [...]

2023-11-05T13:37:01+00:0019 October 2023|
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