A juror who accepted a bribe has been jailed in the first prosecution of its kind in Scotland.
Catherine Leahy served on a jury in a drug trafficking and money laundering trial at the high court in Glasgow, which returned a not proven verdict in April 2016 after three days of deliberation.
A police investigation was launched after information was passed to the Crown Office about an alleged bribe to a juror. Audio surveillance was used to capture recordings of Leahy talking to a family member at her home in Glasgow about the allegations against her.
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