Criminal Court Sentenced An Expat To 10 Years In Jail With Hard Labor
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The Court of Appeals overturned the ruling of the Criminal Court which sentenced an expatriate to 10 years in jail with hard labor, so the expatriate was acquitted of possessing hashish and brain stimulants with the intention to consume and sell. Attorney Elaf Al-Saleh, who represented the expatriate in court, argued that her client was arrested and searched illegally without a warrant from the Public Prosecution.

She pointed out the warrant presented by the plaintiff was issued after the arrest and search of her client, adding that her client made a confession under duress.



04 Dec, 2016 988
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