The Dubai Criminal Court on Monday started hearing a case in which an Asian maid, 40, was accused of stealing Dhs7,000 from her sponsor’s house and running away.
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.
A bus driver who offended a female passenger then vowed to commit suicide if she notified the police has lost the battle against three-year imprisonment.
A court in Myanmar sentenced five satirical performers to a year in jail with hard labour on Wednesday for shows that criticized the army’s role in politics.
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.
Defendant befriended woman after several visits to her workplace at a shop inside a mall and proposed to marry her.
The gang distributed the roles among them and prepared a plan to enable them to commit the crime without getting caught.
It was supposed to be a happy moment, a chance to declare the sex of a soon-to-be-born baby with a blast of color and burst of attention on social media.
A salesman who forged paperwork to swindle parking lots from an Emirati businessman will have to pay a Dhs235, 500 fine, the Dubai Appeals Court ruled.