Bank row trial verdict

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A Campbeltown sheriff shown CCTV, during a trial, of an argument at a bank counter accepted it had taken place and that the witnesses had told the truth.

On Tuesday John Smith, 25, of 28E Davaar Avenue, Campbeltown pleaded not guilty to a charge of using threatening language during the row about setting up an account on October 28 2016.

Summing up Sheriff Patrick Hughes said that he did not think Smith intended to have an argument, that created reasonable doubt and thus a verdict of not proven.