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Dangerous driving conviction overturned after CCTV viewed by appeal court

A bus driver has successfully appealed his conviction after he was charged with dangerous driving because he ‘failed to leave a sufficient gap’ when driving past a parked van and pedestrian.

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Recorded crime at one of the lowest levels in 45 years

The number of crimes recorded by police has increased one per cent since 2017/18; from 244,504 offences to 246,480 in 2018/19. Despite this annual rise, the recording of crime throughout Scotland remains at one of the lowest levels seen since 1974. According to the latest bulletin released on Tuesday, the majority of crimes have continued to fall in Scotland over the last 10 years, with the total recorded crime dropping 27 per cent since 2009/10.

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Motorist filming road traffic accident wins appeal

A motorist who was found guilty of using a mobile phone to film the aftermath of a road traffic accident from behind the wheel of his VW Caravelle has had his conviction quashed following an appeal.

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Truck driver jailed for causing death by dangerous driving

A tipper truck driver who was responsible for causing the death of a woman after driving on the wrong side of the road was sentenced to more than three years’ imprisonment at Glasgow High Court yesterday.

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'Zero tolerance' approach to drug driving in Scotland under new rules

Motorists in Scotland will be subject to a ‘zero tolerance’ approach if they are caught breaking new drug-drive limits proposed by the Scottish Government.

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