Criminal procedure – Warrant to take fingerprints – Suspension. High Court of Justiciary: Refusing to pass a bill of suspension in which the complainer sought suspension of a warrant the sheriff granted to police to take his fingerprints while summary proceedings were in progress, the court held that it was competent for it to hear the bill, as a bill to suspend a warrant of the kind granted in the instant case was not included in the transfer of powers to the Sheriff Appeal Court and such bills remained subject to the High Court's supervisory jurisdiction; and the sheriff was entitled to regard the circumstances as special and to exercise his discretion in way that he did.