Glasgow criminal lawyers may stop giving advice to legal aid clients in police stations.

The city's Bar Association said it will meet next week to discuss the move amid long-standing grievances over how much solicitors can bill for such work.

A new law last year increased the rights of access to solicitors for people in police custody. Lawyer lobbies at that time asked the Government to increase fees, which have not changed since the early 1990s.

Edinburgh Bar Association (EBA) has already decided to withdraw from police station work. Their decision could mean have to wait longer to interview suspects.

Ron McKenna of the Glasgow Bar Association said: "We will be considering whether to withdraw."

Lawyers have previously were in dispute over police station visits and calls even before the new Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act. EBA member firms pulled out of police station duty scheme five years ago.