Scottish Law Questions? Ask a Scots Lawyer
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If the procurator fiscal will not accept your mobile phone records as proof you were not on the phone then you will have to take this matter to trial and as such attend at court. I would be inclined to think that you will need to take this to trial. The mobile phone records only show you were not on that phone that they refer to, you might have more than one phone. This will almost certainly be a trial I am afraid.
There is no prospect of getting legal aid for this I am afraid, this is one of the charges where I now no longer even try.
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