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  • Murder suspects who have fled the UAE may be prosecuted at home

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    January 02, 2020

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    I am quoted in The National newspaper in a story about a 35-year-old Afghan man who fled back to his home country after he allegedly strangled his wife and two daughters. I explain that countries have the right to choose whether to extradite one of their citizens or to work with investigators in the UAE and initiate a prosecution and administer punishment inside the territory. I explain the man will face three counts of premeditated murder inside Afghanistan. The man allegedly killed the three after experiencing marital and psychological problems, flying out of Sharjah after the incident on December 26.


  • Dubai Court Rejects Extradition Request for 'Wanted' Russian Woman

    criminal law

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    May 25, 2017

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    1676 views

    In this publication summary, Mr. Hassan provided an insight into the extradition law in the UAE. The specific matter required Mr. Hassan to argue on the merits of the case, as well as on the procedural grounds. He also made reference to international treaty signed between countries in his arguments.


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