Solely used in the Scottish court system, Not Proven gives the opportunity for lawyers to prove not whether the Defendant is guilty or not guilty but whether the Prosecution has adequately proven their case.
Although illegal to drink on every public street in Glasgow, in Edinburgh it is still legal to consume alcohol in public.
Although not illegal to place a stamp upside down on a letter, you can still be tried for treason if you deface currency with the Queen’s face on it.
The Currency and Banknotes Act of 1922 forbids people from printing, stamping or writing on currency, The Coinage Act of 1972 also made it illegal to destroy coins in circulation since 1969 unless granted permission by the Treasury.
He also bombarded her with messages asking to come to her home, and suggested booking a hotel for a tryst.