The defendant and his accomplices managed to embezzle Dhs750,000 and stole laptops and phones from the victim company.
The victim testified that he was hunting for jobs for his younger brother and had met the defendant at one of Dubai’s companies. The defendant manipulated the victim into thinking he can issue a work visa for his brother for Dhs6,500.
A 25-year-old Arab visitor was prosecuted by Dubai Courts for forging passport stamps and a flight ticket to travel to a European country through Dubai Airport.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred a Gulf businessman, 67, in absentia to the criminal court on charges of forging a proxy for a plot of land and mortgaging it to obtain a loan for Dhs209 million after deceiving the landlord that he would build a hotel and take advantage of the building for 17 years.
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 Criminal Court of Dubai on Monday heard the first session of a case in which a public employee, African, 41, is accused of falsifying five “Cease of Search” certificates in complicity with other two, one of them is his colleague, but in a different department.
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.
The Public Prosecution charged the two suspects with forging the two permits and presenting them to the security men working for the government body, but the latter suspected the genuineness of the two permits.