A woman has gone on trial accused of murdering her baby son in Fraserburgh, on the day he was born, by suffocating him.
Ineta Dzinguviene, 26, denies asphyxiating the newborn – later named Paulius Dzingus – by using clear plastic food wrapping.
She is also accused of hiding the corpse in a bag in a bid to evade justice.
Ms Dzinguviene went on trial at the High Court in Livingston.
She is alleged to have murdered the baby in the Aberdeenshire fishing port’s High Street on 12 April last year.
The accused is Lithuanian and is being assisted in the dock by a translator.
Neighbour Barry MacAtasney told the court Ms Dzinguviene lived in a flat with her husband and three young children.
Mr MacAtasney said that on the day in question the accused had knocked on his door. Read more @ BBC News