A Scottish solicitor has escaped jail after being found guilty of trying to arrange sex with a mum and her underage daughter. Ian Donnelly, a personal injury lawyer with Glasgow-based Lloyd Green, has been ordered to do 180 hours community service, placed on probation for three years, put on the sex offenders registers and ordered by Sheriff Noble to attend counselling sessions. The Sheriff’s decision not to jail Donnelly means that he will not automatically be struck off by the Law Society of Scotland. The offence occurred when Donnelly sneaked away from his office for the encounter, but the prostitute that he had asked to arrange the meetings called the police and Donnelly was arrested. Later child pornography was found on his home computer. At Glasgow Sheriff Court last summer Donnelly admitted two breaches of the peaces charges and also possessing indecent images. Ian Duguid QC, defending, said Donnelly had been \"living a fantasy\" and that he could not fully explain why he acted in such a way. \"He appreciates his wrongdoing and realises the impact it had on his victims,\" Mr Duguid said.