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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal (UK))
A council solicitor yesterday urged a sheriff to accept that evidence given by neighbours against an Elgin man accused of anti-social conduct was credible and reliable.
Deirdre McNab claimed their version of events was preferable to that of 29-year-old councillor's son Barry Hamilton, who it is alleged conducted a campaign of anti-social behaviour towards neighbours over more than 18 months.
Miss McNab told Elgin Sheriff Court that there was "ample evidence" that Hamilton had followed a course of conduct which was anti-social.
She said that although his downstairs neighbour, Fraser Anderson, had been …