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Bulgarian acquitted of using fake credit cards to steal money

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: The Cassation Court, headed by Judge Salem Al-Khudeir, acquitted a Bulgarian of stealing money from customers of banks by using fake credit cards which were forged through invisible devices put in ATM cards. Case files indicate the Bulgarian was part of three-member gang charged with falsifying …

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Court acquits Kuwaiti man accused of driving in drugs influence

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 12: The Court of Appeals presided over by Judge Ali Al- Dura’e overturned the verdict issued by a lower court which sentenced a Kuwaiti citizen to five-year imprisonment with hard labor. The court instead refrained from pronouncing penalty against the defendant who was accused of driving under …

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Court acquits fireworks seller after forgiveness

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4: The Misdemeanor Court presided over by Judge Walid Al- Kandari nullified a one-month jail term with hard labor issued against a fireworks seller, after accepting forgiveness from the plaintiff to acquit the defendant. The plaintiff had filed a case against the defendant accusing the latter and …

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Court acquits former MP in foul words use against ruler

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 2: The Court of First Instance acquitted an individual of misusing his work position to forge official documents. According to the case file, the defendant was accused of forging the rental contracts of two houses by exploiting his position as an employee of an office specialized in …

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Kuwaiti citizen acquitted in drugs case after appeal

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 1: The Court of Appeals overturned the verdict of a lower court and set a Kuwaiti free who was charged by the Public Prosecution of possessing drugs for consumption. The lower court had earlier sentenced the man to five years imprisonment with hard labor and immediate execution …

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Court acquits Kuwaiti teen of being terrorist group’s member – Qatari detained for ‘offending’ ruler

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 21: The 19-year old Kuwaiti citizen known as the youngest DAESH member in Kuwait has been acquitted of alleged membership in a terrorist group by the Criminal Court chaired by Judge Ahmad Al-Yasin. The defendant — serving as military personnel in the Ministry of Defense, admitted that …

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2 acquitted in bogus trading

By Jaber Al-Hamoud Al-Seyassah Staff KUWAIT CITY, Oct 18: The Misdemeanor Court acquitted two Kuwaitis (male and female) for engaging in bogus transactions at Kuwait’s Stock Exchange Market. The Public Prosecution charged the defendants for creating fake transactions to mislead people in the Stock Market. The first defendant allegedly introduced …

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Kuwaiti acquitted of consuming drugs, insulting cop

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 16: The Court of Appeals upheld the verdict of the Court of First Instance and acquitted a Kuwaiti of the charge of consuming drugs, creating nuisance in public and insulting a police officer. According to cases papers, the defendant was charged with possessing narcotics with the intention …

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Court rejects ‘doctors’ case against minister – Kuwaiti acquitted

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12: The Administrative Court presided over by Judge Muhammad Al-Tamimi rejected a case filed by five doctors (doctorates) against the minister of Higher Education imploring the court to annul an administrative decision that appointed Dr Fahad Al-Hajiri as Dean of Higher Institute for Dramatic Arts. The case …

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Juvenile goes free for attacking with cleaver

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 11: The Court of First Instance acquitted a Kuwaiti juvenile who was accused of attacking another using a cleaver which resulted in a permanent deformity in the victim. The Public Prosecution accused the suspect of beating the victim and causing injuries on the palm of his left hand, …

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