A salesman who forged paperwork in a bid to smuggle cigarette packets disguised as ink cartridges attracted a Dhs2.5m fine against his boss, a jury heard on Monday.
Two men, an Arab and an Asian, on Tuesday stood before the Criminal Court in Dubai over defrauding Dhs152,000 from a British manager as a part of annual rent of a villa.
The Abu Dhabi Court of Appeal started the trial of two Arabs charged with forging 7 bills for ID issuance fees and a statement of an account issued by a UAE bank for use in embezzling money.
The company discovered the forged recorded information after the suspect had left the company and quit his job, in an attempt to cover up his crimes.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred a 43-year-old Arab employee to the criminal court for committing five different crimes, including forgery, embezzlement, and impersonating a doctor.
The Sharjah Criminal Court looked into three cases in which an Asian was charged with theft and damaging companies and construction sites for stealing electrical cables, conniving with two others.
An Asian employee, 31, forged a salary certificate supposed to be issued by a government authority, a residency permit sticker and a bank statement of account and submitted the same to a bank to get a Dhs20,000 credit card.
The Dubai Criminal Court on Thursday started hearing a case in which an Arab visitor, 41, was accused of forging a passport and attempting to use it for leaving for a European country to seek asylum.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred a 42-year-old Asian woman to criminal court for forging application forms, with two other accomplices, in order to obtain 95 iPhones and mobile services worth Dhs924,000.