Court Acquitted A Citizen For Possessing Unlicensed Weapons During Wedding
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The Criminal Court canceled the verdict of three-year imprisonment with hard labor issued against a Kuwaiti citizen who was accused of possessing unlicensed weapons during a wedding in Taima area. The court instead acquitted him. According to the case file, the Public Prosecution accused the suspect of possessing an unlicensed Kalashnikov, guns and ammunitions, and firing gunshots during a wedding celebration in Taima area. During the court session, Attorney Mohammad Al-Salili requested the court to acquit his client due to lack of sufficient evidences against him, as the case files include only the testimony of the officer in charge of the case. The court eventually acquitted him and four other defendants while it sentenced nine other defendants to three-year imprisonment.



07 Jan, 2016 1670
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