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Publications: Criminal Law

Date Published: 19-03-2017

UAE Legal Q&As: Does Psychological Problems Excuse Me from Suicide Attempt Charges?

In my publication this week, I discussed about how the UAE courts assess the mental condition of an individual charged with the crime of attempted suicide. I also discussed about the applicable penalties for bringing "Khat" (stimulant drug) into the UAE.
Date Published: 04-03-2017

UAE Legal Q&As: What Can Friend Expect after Arrest over Medicine at Airport?

In my newspaper publication this week, I discussed about the possibility of being detained at UAE airport for carrying medication without a valid prescription. I also discussed about the general process or steps to follow in the event of an arrest.
Date Published: 04-02-2017

UAE Legal Q&As: What Are the Laws on Suicide Attempts?

In last week's publication I discussed about the consequences for attempting to commit suicide in the UAE. I also discussed about fraud, specifically when one individual pretends to be someone else with an intention to commit fraud and cheat the victim.
Date Published: 15-12-2016

UAE Family Matters: What Is the Procedure for Applying for Bail after Being Detained?

In my interview this week in The National newspaper, I explained the conditions for requesting bail in the event of an arrest. I further explained whether or not it is possible to for a victim to request the public prosecutor to deny a bail.
Date Published: 07-11-2016

Gym Members Shocked as Fitness First Installs CCTV Cameras in Changing Rooms

In my interview this week in The National newspaper, I explained the legalities concerned with installation of cameras inside changing rooms of gymnasiums. I discussed the circumstances which would make it a criminal offence and how a civil claim for compensation could be pursued.
Total Publications: 18