In my publication this week, I discussed about the legal implications involved in a debt collection case. I also discussed about the applicable articles of civil law and their relevance in similar cases.
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.
This article explains how arresting individuals work under the UAE Criminal Procedure Law No. 35 1992 and its amendment. It further demonstrates potential scenarios for arresting an individual in the criminal procedure law…
This article explains about how the arrest orders are issued by the public prosecution, its validity, and contents and further discusses about the length of detention period according to Article 101, 104 and 105 of the Criminal…
This article clarifies how the Pre-trial imprisonment orders are issued, its power, and contents and further discusses about the discretionary power that public prosecution hold to issue the pretrial imprisonment order unless there is a…
This article will further clarify the arrest warrant procedures and pretrial imprisonment order procedures. It also simplifies the matter of provisional release until the investigation is completed, which is commonly known as Bail.
This article answers one of the most commonly asked questions – if a victim in a criminal case can file for compensation. It explains how the victim will still have to file a separate case for claiming compensation from the accused.
This article explains the procedure of referring the cases to criminal courts from prosecution after the completion of the investigation stage.
The article sheds some light on the rules and regulation which has to be followed in the Sessions in most of the criminal cases under the Criminal Procedures Law, Federal Law No. (35) Of the Year 1992 and its amendments.
This article simplifies the witness hearing procedures in the criminal proceedings. It further discusses the rights of the prosecutors, the victim, the accused and his or her attorney.
Mr Hassan Elhais outlines five important traffic laws that exist in the UAE that many expatriates may not be aware of.