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In cases where there is public interest or where the sentence may be complicated or controversial, the judge may decide to make the sentencing statement more widely available. You can read the judge’s full statement here once sentence has been passed.

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For more information about how judges decide sentences and what sentences are available to them, see the Scottish Sentencing Council website.

Click here if you would like information about victims of crimes and sentencing.

Sheriff Name Gender
Anderson, Ian G M
Anderson, Michael P M
Bovey QC, Mungo M
Brown, Eric M
Bryson, Gillian F F
Clapham, David C M
Coutts, Charlotte W B F
Davidson QC, George J M
Duguid QC, Ian M M
Ferguson, Donald W M
Grant-Hutchison, Peter A M
Hall, David W M
Halley, John M
Hendry, James M M
Hogg, Kenneth R W M
Johnston, Valerie F
McCall, Shelagh Margaret F
McDonald, Marion F
McMenamin, Raymond A M
MacMillan, Gerard P M
Reid, Paul Anthony M
Scott QC, Janys M F
Sinclair, Gerard W M
Smith, Linda A R F
Stewart, Mark L M
Thorley, Mark Richard M
Vaughan, Robert S M
Wood, Michael M M
Bowie QC, Simon D R M
Khurana, Vinit M
MacLeod QC, Murdo A M
Webster, Andrew G M

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