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November 04, 2020
Our client has had his death sentence overturned by the Supreme Court after a dramatic court process, as reported in The National newspaper. The 54-year-old British man found himself in need of money to travel home for medical treatment when a friend gave him an opportunity to make Dh3,500 in Dubai in 2018. The man, who had no previous drugs convictions, sold the drugs to an undercover police officer and was arrested and charged with intent to sell. However, I was able to point to procedural errors, including a change of judges in the case and a lack of clarity on whether the judgment was unanimous.
January 07, 2018
In my publication this week, I discussed range of areas such as: website to look at for bringing in permitted medicines in the UAE, list of required documents for extradition case, provision for urgent application for a suspect for extradition and lastly, why an individual could be convicted for public indecency if found under the influence of alcohol at a public place.
June 11, 2017
In my publication summary this week, I explained the applicable maximum sentence for sniffing glue in the UAE. I also explained about the legal process for a cheque bounce case in UAE.
March 25, 2017
In this weekly edition, I discussed about the applicable penalties for carrying and possessing marijuana in the UAE.
March 19, 2017
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.
March 19, 2017
In my publication this week, I discussed about the applicable penalties for bringing "Khat" (stimulant drug) into the UAE.
March 04, 2017
In my newspaper publication this week, I discussed about the possibility of being detained at UAE airport for carrying medication without a valid prescription.
April 23, 2016
Dr. Hassan Elhais warned the university students not to throw their future away by taking drugs. Lawyers are warning university students not to harm their future by abusing drugs, saying that the number of cases involving hard drugs is far too high.
Total Publications: 8