Convicts obtained money from theft and fraud operations. They used to issue SIM cards under workers’ names, open bank accounts and obtain ATM cards under their names.
The Public Prosecution published this information as part of its ongoing efforts to promote the legal culture among community members and raise the public's awareness about the law.
The victim stated that he offered a dog he owned for sale on a social networking site, adding that a man contacted him and requested to inspect the dog before buying it and they both agreed to a place where they could meet.
In the details, a woman filed a lawsuit against a man demanding that he pay Dhs100,000 in compensation for the moral harm she sustained as a result of being insulted through the WhatsApp.
A man filed a lawsuit demanding that the appellee employee pay him Dhs10,265, in addition to a compensation of Dhs10,000 for the damages he incurred, as well as fees and expenses of the case.
The appellant demanded that she be obligated to pay Dhs100,000 to him in compensation. However, Al Ain court rejected the lawsuit for not providing evidence of his ex-wife's conviction of forgery.
The plaintiff explained that she was married to the appellee and that he beat her up, causing her injuries mentioned in a medical report, which included pains, bruises and scratches on the head, face and right arm.
The Al Ain Court of Appeal upheld a verdict by the Court of First Instance obligating the owner of a nursery and two employees working for it to pay the father of a child Dhs30,000 in compensation for the damage incurred, after one of the two staff members closed a door on the child’s finger.
Four men who shattered a company’s façade with a rock, broke drawers and decamped with cash have convinced the Appeals Court to lessen their prison term.