What happens after a verdict at court, including information on sentencing, appeals and the Victim Notification Scheme.
A court can ban you from owning or keeping animals, dealing in animals, or transporting animals.
Find out why you can be given an ASBO, and what happens if you break it.
Support and information for witnesses of criminal, civil and Children’s Hearing court cases.
Including booklets for adults, children and young people at criminal, civil and Children's Hearing court cases.
How to complain about the behaviour of a judge, sheriff or justice of the peace.
Includes where to get support and advice if you're worried about giving evidence, and information about special measures for vulnerable witnesses.
A court can ban you from attending all football matches in Scotland, the rest of the UK and abroad for up to 10 years.
What happens when you give evidence at court, including using special measures for vulnerable witnesses.
If you need to go to court and you’re not sure what will happen, you can get support to help you feel ok about talking at court.
Information for carers of witnesses with learning disabilities.
Help with the costs of legal advice and representation in court if you can’t afford it.
Make a written statement that tells a court how a crime affected you.
Includes how to pay a court fine, what could happen if you don't pay a fine and what to do if you can't pay it.
Information for witnesses on the different types of court case you may be asked to give evidence at.
Issues like debt, housing disputes, bankruptcy, divorce, and parental rights are dealt with in the civil justice system.
Information for victims and witnesses on what happens at each stage of the criminal justice system.
A guide for witnesses on claiming expenses for travelling to court, meals and loss of earnings.
What happens when a Children's Hearing is sent to court – includes people in the courtroom, witnesses and what the sheriff can decide.
A guide for witnesses on court processes at civil court cases.
A guide for victims and witnesses on what happens if a criminal case goes to court.