Inmate Acquitted
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The Criminal Court has acquitted a Central Jail inmate of smuggling narcotics (heroin) and brain stimulants with the intention to consume and sell these items. The Public Prosecution charged the inmate of possessing heroin and the brain stimulant AMB-FUBINACA, in addition to smuggling prohibited substances into the jail which is in violation of the laws governing such institutions. Lawyer for the inmate, Aattorney Zayd Al-Khabbaz, argued in court that the prosecution failed to present substantial evidence to support the allegations against his client. Al-Khabbaz added the investigation conducted by the prosecution was insufficient and lacked merit, indicating that his client denied all charges from the beginning.



10 Dec, 2018 0 345
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