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Court Round-Up

Acquittal upheld for man accused of molesting kid
The court had cleared the Pakistani man in May of the charges of molesting the little girl and her 5-year-old brother for lack of evidence.
Soldier in dock for possessing, using narcotics
Different quantities of drugs including heroin and cannabis, and 35 different pills of Tramadol and Amphetamine and other types, were reportedly seized from him.
Two terror cell suspects were trained by ISIS, says witness
The Federal Supreme Court heard testimony of the witness against men accused of joining terrorist organisations Al Nusra Front and Ahrar Al Sham Brigade affiliated to Al Qaeda.
Registration for Dubai Grand Parade opens
Participants can register to enter their car or bike for the parade by visiting the Dubai Grand Parade website (www.dubaigrandparade.com/register).
Rapist’s prison term reduced to four years
He was sentenced to five years by the Court of First Instance in June for raping his maid after locking her up inside his bedroom.
University in Ras Al Khaimah accused of racketeering
Woman accuses the international private university embezzling her money and issuing three counterfeit academic certificates in her name.
Manager accused of filming women shoppers in short skirts
A Pakistani shop manager reported the defendant to the security guards after he spotted him getting close to women wearing short skirts.
Six youths jailed in RAK for drug use
Police investigation after receiving alert from undercover sources showed that the young men got together at different hideouts in RAK to consume tramadol.
Couple dupes student, buys her car with dud cheque
The pair is believed to have forged the car ownership transfer application and then used the forged document by presenting it to the Licensing Department of the RTA.
Four witnesses testify against terror cell suspects
Eleven of the 15 accused men appeared before the court and 18 male family members attended the hearing, in addition to journalists and human rights representatives.
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